Pomogrenade is an ethical fashion brand focusing on what makes you feel comfortable in your mind, body and soul with clothes that look good & feel good.
What triggered Pomogrenade? The two of us wanted to create comfortable clothing that are equal parts fun and function. We try and make silhouettes that fit all body types; clothes and accessories that you can transform to fit you best.
We work on creating a brand that grows ethically. This means all our fabrics are locally sourced and our products are produced by a fair trade manufacturing unit that empowers and supports people. Our products are designed mindfully to produce little or no waste.
Write to us:
We would love to hear what you think, shoot an email to email@example.com for any feedback. We are constantly on the lookout for partners with similar views.
Our fabric partners
Malkha combines thousands of years of Indian cotton making and natural dye expertise with modern engineering skills. Think of it as intentional technology.
Read more about their process of creating beautiful fabrics here
We have collaborated with Ants Craft Store, Indiranagar to create a line of Kimonos, made with soft handloom fabrics beautifully crafted by weavers from the North-East of India. Read more about the collaboration here
WHO MAKES OUR CLOTHES
Happy faces at Jacobs Well
We are lucky to partner with the amazing team at Jacobs Well Production. They are a fair trade apparel production house in Bangalore that believe in empowering people and work with them both financially and sustainably, teaching them life skills to adopt a stable livelihood.
What to expect at Jacobs Well:
- Top notch pattern making (Thanks to Radha’s magic hands)
- Impeccable fabric construction (Not a thread out of place)
- Impressive Quality control (Ammu’s sharp eyesight)
- Yummy Chai (Anytime you need it)
“Human values integrated through innovation”
People Kraft is a social enterprise that aims to support disadvantaged communities in India, by producing high quality products, consequently providing respectable livelihoods and creating independence. Read more about what they do here.