Tip: wear silver & sari silk necklace as a bracelet

tulsi silver sari silk necklace bracelet

Sometimes you can help but wonder why you didn’t think of something! Eline, from Evermore Thee-Koffie-Chocola received Tulsi’s silver & sari silk necklace as a birthday present. When we met, she was wearing her necklace as a bracelet. Such a great idea!

Our brass & sari silk necklace is also very suitable to wear as a bracelet, just wrap it around your wrist!

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Ecouterre: Tulsi Crafts 1 of 9 Sustainable Fashion Brands That Produce Ethically in Bangladesh

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Ecouterre is a website dedicated to the future of sustainable fashion. The website gives a lot of attention to the disaster in Bangladesh of a collapsed building housing several clothing factories. More than 100 people died in this collapse. Ecouterre asks consumers to not boycott clothing made in Bangladesh, but to support fashion brands that produce ethically in Bangladesh. Tulsi Crafts is very proud to be mentioned among these 9 sustainable fashion brands!

9 Sustainable Fashion Brands That Produce Ethically in Bangladesh
People Tree
Bhalo
Kaaru
Bacchara
Trash to Trend
Azadi Project
Apolis
Tulsi Crafts
Global Girlfriend

Read the article on Ecouterre here: 9 Sustainable Fashion Brands That Produce Ethically in Bangladesh

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An evening at the beach with Tulsi Crafts

jute chevron bag

Bring your beach things in this stylish jute bag.

Open your big kantha blanket made from vintage saris.

You can bring your blanket in this basket.

Take a seat!

And enjoy the summer.

When it gets a little chilly,

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Ban made in Bangladesh? Fair fashion is the alternative!

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Lynsey Dubbeld from Mode voor Morgen (fashion for tomorrow) has written an article on fair fashion from Bangladesh for the De Krant van de Aarde. She mentions Tulsi Crafts an an example of a label that trades fairly with Bangladesh, guaranteeing fair working conditions and a decent wage.

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Asia disaster boosts fair fashion

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Journalist Daan Hakkenberg from the Dutch newspaper ‘Algemeen Dagblad’ visited our popup store for fair fashion and interior FIJN. He wrote an article on how the disaster in Bangladesh has put fair fashion in the spotlights. The article ‘Ramp in Azië geeft eerlijke kleding een boost’ (Asia disaster boosts fair fashion) was published om May 31, 2013.

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Interview on kantha sari blanket

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The Dutch newspaper ‘Algemeen Dagblad’ published an interview with Margot today. The subject of the interview was the most favourite item in Margot’s house, a kantha sari blanket from Bangladesh. She explains how this blanket led her to start Tulsi Crafts.

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Opening popup store Fijn Rotterdam

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Our popup store fijn, located in Rotterdam, was opened by councillor for sustainability Alexandra van Huffelen. Please take a look below for an impression of the opening

 

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Crafts need a story

And this is the story our pop-up store ‘fijn’ wants to tell. Fijn will be selling a collection full of craftsmanship from May 18, 2013. Our ethical fashion and interior collection is filled with stories. Creative directors Karin Reinders (owner Fair Fabrics) en Margot Lieftinck (owner Tulsi Crafts) want to put sustainability and craftsmanship on the map.

Arjo Klamer (professor Economics of the Arts, Erasmus University Rotterdam) will speak about the economics of crafts.

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Programme pop-up store fijn

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Pop-up store ‘fijn’ sells an ethical collection of fashion and interior textiles full of craftsmanship. We allo want to be a platform for discussion about ethical production and consumption. We would like to have many conversations with you, our customers.

We invite you to join our programme:

Sat 18/5/2013 – 13.00
Opening by sustainability councillor Alexandra van Huffelen

Sat 25/5/2013 – 17.00
Debate on fair fashion with Lynsey Dubbeld

Wed 29/5/2013 –

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