Saheli Kamla Kani Wool Skirt
Colorful, soft, and warm, with just the right tough of fun and flair. Our Kamla Kani wool skirt is made of 100% authentic pashmina shawls, ethically sourced and loomed with a multitude of thread shades. Each kani shawl is unique, patchworked together by our partners in India, the Saheli Women, a women's empowerment rural NGO based in the village of Bhikamkor. While the color scheme will be the same, each skirt's print placement will be one of a kind. Gentle ruffle cascades through the front of the skirt, side zip closure and side slit for ease and movement.
- fit: true to size, trish wears an XS
- composition: 100% pashmina with silk lining
- care: dry clean only
- origin: handmade in India
about the saheli women:
Saheli Women is a non-profit social enterprise, founded by IPHD in 2015, with the aim to financially empower the ladies of Bhikamkor village in rural Rajasthan through creating ethical and sustainable fashion.
The Saheli Women is a female atelier established on fair and inclusive principles, with the aim to create prosperity through livelihood opportunities. To achieve this, we empower women through teaching them traditional and modern embroidery techniques. Our atelier is a fear-free creative place for ladies to work where they get the freedom to design their working hours and holidays.
The Saheli Women consists of 35 female artisans who breathe life into the dreams and designs of our international partners. With the support of our international partners, Saheli women are able to empower and lift themselves and their families out of poverty.
IPHD manages the Saheli Women production facility for clothing, accessories and homeware out of its community center in Bhikamkor. Additionally, IPHD sponsors the educations of all daughters of Saheli Women members, runs the only female health clinic in the village, and delivers workshops on a range of topics including human rights, feminism, menstrual hygiene, health, and financial literacy.