About our sourcing
I have twenty-two years of work experience both in the manufacturing and hospitality industry. I have actively been involved in our family-owned manufacturing businesses of high-end cashmere products and hand-knotted carpets as well as in the hospitality business.
– You are known for making cashmere designs and also head towards sustainable fashion. It is known that cashmere goats can be quite destructive to the environment because of their grazing habits. How can cashmere become more environmentally friendly? Are you employing any of these sustainable practices?
I have been working with Cashmere for over 18 years not only with fashion but textiles for carpets. We’ve always found cashmere to be a contentious subject, hence the reason we have always imported from one supplier. We haven’t changed our fabric as we found cashmere to be a natural, biodegradable, most precious, and incredible material to use, most importantly sustainable. We are environmentally conscious and minimise waste when producing our high-quality clothes using high-quality raw materials. We make sure we import from manufacturers with the right credentials, animal and environmentally friendly from Mongolia. All our cashmere yarns are sourced and made in one place. Besides cashmere other raw materials come from China and India.
Who helps us make our clothes
Nepal has many crafts villages in need of media and financial support, promoting the beauty of age-old traditions, to weather the modernisation of lifestyle.
MISHUS is in collaboration with SABAH Nepal for Handloom Dhaka Fabric. Sabah Nepal is a social business organization that works toward strengthening the livelihoods of financially deprived women home-based workers in Nepal