Shiraiwari upcycled tote bag

Shiraiwari upcycled tote bag
Shiraiwari upcycled tote bag
Shiraiwari upcycled tote bag
Shiraiwari upcycled tote bag
Shiraiwari upcycled tote bag

Shiraiwari upcycled tote bag

Regular price ¥4,950
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  • Eco wrapping

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A Stitch Against Waste. A Stitch for Freedom.

A tote bag made from upcycled discarded fabric.

The size makes it easy to use as a sub-bag.

The tote bags are made by refugee women who moved to India from Afghanistan.

As refugees, it is difficult to find work in a new place even if you move from your home country to another country.

I was able to visit the workshop in Delhi and speak directly with Silaiwali co-founder Lris.

lris has been involved in the textile and fashion industry in India for many years and wanted to do something about the textile waste that is discarded each season due to the fast cycles of the industry.

The items Slilaiwali makes, including the dresses the dolls wear, are made from upcycled textile waste and deadstock from the clothing manufacturing industry.

Silaiwali is We manufacture products under the guidance of a livelihood program for refugees mandated by UNHCR (United Nations Refugee Agency).

By purchasing Silaiwali's handicrafts, you can support the lives of Afghan refugees.

Fair trade shopping is an action that is fair to both the producer and the buyer and makes both parties happy.

In addition to feeling saddened by wars and conflicts, there are also things we can do.

We offer free wrapping with original wrapping paper and Ross flowers.

If you would like to request wrapping, please add it to your cart and then comment in the notes section that you would like it wrapped.

[Country of origin] Made in India

Vender: Silaiwali

Siraiwali works with Afghan women refugees in New Delhi under the guidance of the UNHCR (United Nations Refugee Agency) mandated livelihoods program for refugees. Shiraiwali currently provides sustainable income for 60 to 70 female refugees, adheres to the principles of fair wages, clean working conditions within walking distance of refugee homes, and encourages children to work. We have a zero-tolerance policy.


Approximately 36 cm x 36 cm, handle: 30 cm


material cotton, rayon


This item is eligible for Click Post (shipping fee is 185 yen nationwide ).
If other items are purchased at the same time, shipping charges for the larger item will be applied.

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