May 16, 2021
All Indigo Heritage products are dyed with 100% plant-based dyes, our indigo dyes are made from the Indigofera tinctoria Linn variety. This variety of indigo plant has been used for centuries in Thailand to produce a deep, rich blue color. In addition to using natural dyes Thai weavers produce a hand-loomed cotton that utilizes locally picked cotton, and is less refined (not bleached) than commercial cotton fabric produced on a large scale.
Apr 28, 2021
Fashion, much like humans, changes to adapt to whatever the situation it may face. And as expected, the new normal lifestyle, of course, comes with a new look. The masks, gloves and face shields have inevitably become part of our daily, if not mandatory or accessories. But these things which were perceived at first to be style killers have now turned into style enhancers that draw as much. Here’s a time when designer face masks are outselling expensive scarfs like hotcakes.
Apr 04, 2021
The indigo plant is actually a leafy green color that grows along the banks of the Songkhram River. In Thai, the plant is known as khram. This river flows through a specific area of the country. All of these small villages thrive off of this indigo dyeing process.