Nepal is a country rich and diverse in nature, geography, culture, people and resources. It has a lot of opportunities and yet it remains one of the poorest countries in the World. We help (even if it is small) by injecting directly to the local economy, creating jobs and also preserving traditional craftsmanship.
The most sustainable solution is that the fashion industry ceases to exist, but that is not feasible as millions of lives depend on the fashion industry and we still need clothes. So, what is the next best thing? There is no such thing as 100% sustainability, so our collective focus should be to attain "more sustainability" and not "perfect sustainability".
Every brand has a story and so does Kalilo. Our love and obsession for natural fibres is how Kalilo was born. A hand knitted bamboo scarf was absolutely mesmerizing. It was an easy decision, what better than to work with what you love everyday and share that with the world.
Travel perhaps will never be the same in the future, its definitely not going to be as unhindered and open as it was before the pandemic - no place or adventure was beyond the reach. This post with few select photos taken by me is dedicated to those travels - to remember and relive those amazing memories.
The wave of corona crashed like a tsunami, but unlike a tsunami it shows no signs of stopping, it continues tearing through our lives. However, it’s not all gloom and doom, there are positives and the courage shown by amazing people and businesses to jump in with everything is something to be celebrated.