If you, like us, are a sucker for properly posh hippy luxe - gorgeously soft, silky hand-woven cottons in soft shades of indigo and mono - then be still your beating hearts.
When we found Moksha we were super excited. We love bright stuff for kids - of course we do. But little ones in effortlessly minimal super-ethical cottons, with grandad collars, yoked fronts, pearly buttons and lovely little cuffs, nips and pintucks - COME ON!!
With the clothes, it was love at first sight. But would they be properly ethically produced? Would they be crazy expensive and we'd have to touch them and stroke them then walk away? Would Moksha do little orders for little shops like ours? But we needn't have worried.
So, here's the science bit...Moksha cotton is organic (of course!), sourced only from producers with the highest sustainable standards, dyed using natural indigo dyes and woven by cared for workers - mainly women in need of a living, in a small, ethically-managed factory, in the suburbs of Katmandu. The craftswomen work 9-5, properly paid with proper breaks - any overtime is paid for - in good working conditions.
Moksha is our kind of brand. And we hope you love them as much as we do.