Aslee works with hemp, bamboo and nettle to create products that are comfortable, durable and sustainable.
Aslee is into creating real, durable, ecologically responsible and fashionable products. The fabric that they sue for their products come from bamboo, hemp, and nettle. To ensure that they do not add to the already mounting environmental issues, they have consciously designed biodegradable packaging. They try and use as much recycled paper as possible. The plastic used for packing and shipping out their products breaks down into organic matter after 180 days of being buried in the ground. Aslee is a tribe of risk takers and dream chasers, individuals who choose passion over practicality. They have joined hands with indigenous Himalayan communities who are involved in every step of the supply chain from harvesting to manufacturing of the fabrics. They make sure the benefits of the expansion of the tribe are passed on to the cultivators, artisans, factory workers and manufacturers in Nepal and India. Their product offerings are reusable masks, bath towels, tops and lounge pants for women, and t-shirts for men.
Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
No. of Employees
11 to 20