At Tamasha, we believe clothing can be responsibly produced with respect for people and the environment without compromising quality and style. Making a difference, even a small one, is best when it can be shared. So, we want you to know how and where our knits are made.
The knits are produced in a knitwear factory located in Kathmandu, Nepal that has been producing knitwear for high-end fashion houses for over 20 years, and prides itself on its core strengths - emphasis on quality and ethical production practices. The factory has provided steady employment for two decades to Nepali women, empowering them and creating opportunities for community development.
Yarns We Use
Choice of yarn is integral to the quality and design of knitwear. We only use natural yarns that are derived ethically from animal and vegetable sources.
Cashmere is a luxury yarn produced from the fine, soft undercoat of the Cashmere goat. The fiber is also known as pashm or Pashmina.
Premium quality yarn made of fine, light hair combed from the downy coat of the Angora rabbit.
High quality and soft wool produced from Merino sheep. Merinos are regarded as having some of the finest and softest wool of any sheep.
Silk is one of the earliest luxury creations of our civilizations. Silk is a natural fiber that refracts incoming light at different angles resulting in several colors.
Eco-Yarns are made from renewable resources that do not employ pesticides and/or chemicals in the process of growth, and are often hypo-allergenic. The core philosophy of its development is minimal ecological damage.
Natural light-weight, silky and anti-bacterial yarn made from woody bamboo grass cultivated sustainably in China.
A completely natural yarn made from waste banana trees. Banana fibers have been used in high quality textiles in Japan and Nepal for several centuries.
Rayon is a non-synthetic yarn made from sustainable tree cellulose.