Auntie Oti

Auntie Oti started in 2011 with the mission to spotlight traditional “non-designed” everyday Indian items-blankets and shawls, towels and napkins, men’s lungis and women's saris - made from khadi, fabric made from hand-spun yarn by craftspeople in small, government-sponsored weaving groups all across the country.

The collection has since grown to include items designed using skills and techniques specific to India such as tie+dye, block printing and indigo dyeing, and incorporating them into simple accessories, bedding, and clothing.