14/09/2017
Equal parts style and substance.

Words by

Kaitlyn Wilson

Badaam’s ethical approach to luxury garments proves that you can have style with equal substance. Because in 2017, you shouldn't have to compromise.

Joining forces with India’s handloom industry and ateliers in Sydney, the label's made-to-order garments are produced with minimal waste. 

It creates artisanal garments using handwoven techniques and natural fibres such as raw silk, doing its part to slow down fast fashion.

The aesthetic is a lively mix of Indo-Western styles with mid-century vibes, inspired by architecture and expressionist art. 

There's also promise of an accessories line on its way, but in the meantime, check out Badaam's brand new website here to shop the current collection.

badaam.co

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