Barefoot is a Sri Lankan brand of colourful 100% cotton fabrics; all handmade, naturally dyed, hand woven and eco-friendly. We carry a range of products from table linens to bags and soft toys.
The company began over 40 years ago in a convent in Sri Lanka where women were learning to weave and the designers still work almost exclusively with skilled needle women in small centers in the countryside.

The Batik Boutique is a fair trade, social enterprise created to disrupt the cycle of poverty by providing sustainable skills training and jobs to artisans and seamstresses in Malaysia, with a portion of our profits invested back into the communities we work in.
Our high quality, hand-made gifts, home goods & fashion products start with family-run batik textiles businesses in rural Malaysia and are then delivered to women who sew in their homes or in our sewing training centre.

Ellen Darwin is a Singapore based Norwegian photographer. She focuses mainly on macro and portrait photography. Her range of greeting cards is picked from a selection of her images. They are 15cm x 15cm and printed on a high quality paper suitable for framing. There is a natural theme running through the whole collection, whether it is details of plants and patterns up close or animal portraits.

Real.m peshtemals is the most versatile, user friendly, and beautiful outdoor and home commodity. As an outdoor essential, you can pack these thin, light-weight, fast-drying towels as your travel companion to be your beach towels, picnic mats, blankets, shawls, baby wraps, pareos, or as sport towels without much fuss as it is made to be on-the-go. It’s durability and natural material of cotton and bamboo are added values making these towels a sustainable product that comes with the softness of touch

Silver Dragonfly Jewellery is a range of unique hand crafted jewellery which are limited edition or one of a kind.
The pieces are hand made by Allyson Johnston in her studio in Kuala Lumpur. She uses Karen Hill Tribe silver from Northern Thailand, Chinese Miao earring pieces, semi-precious stones, freshwater pearls, wood, ceramic and any unusual pieces she collects in her travels.