The Byron Bay Showroom August 26 2019
After moving to Byron Bay from New York, we had the big task of designing my creative space.
Kopal Collaborations | Jyoti & Megha August 18 2019
Kopal Feature | Abigail O'Neill August 12 2019
Byron–based model, mother, author, and all around inspiration is our Abigail O’Neill. She blessed us with conversation recently, sharing a few of her age–defying secrets and recipes for life.
Kopal Feature | Rebecca van Bergen July 01 2019
Since 2014 I have continually been inspired by and participated in many events run by Nest, a nonprofit organisation that connects global crafts people, brands, and consumers.
Rebecca van Bergen founded Nest, at age 24, following her passion to turn craft into a means to correct the gender and income imbalance in our world.
Read more here...
Kopal Collaborations | The Kuku Dress June 18 2019
To err is human.
Fabric defect, or is it just the signature of human hands?
In conversation with Heide Morris June 03 2019
Model, entrepreneur, social activist, and mentor Heide (Lindgren) Morris is an amazing, inspiring woman whom I’ve known and had the pleasure to work with over the years.
Below is my interview with her, where she shares stories of her journey so far.
Spotlight On | The Biji Romper May 27 2019
Our bestselling Biji Romper! Now featured in two bold, seasonal prints.
Behind the Scenes | Prem May 13 2019
Prem means love.
Our Prem pieces are all made using pure, natural cotton and are lovingly hand embroidered in a Women's Cooperative, supporting true artisanship.
An interview with powerhouse Amy Abrams where she shares pearls of wisdom about travelling to colourful and crazy lands, empowering artisans and artists, and running a successful business while raising a family.
Behind the Scenes | The Meera Top April 30 2019
Here is a journey that starts with hand drawn scribble, designs and notes ingrained in vintage inspirations and in this case the fusion of the traditional Aztec motifs with a modern silhouette.
This will develop into its originality, making this piece on of its own.
The Widows of Vrindavan April 23 2019
Known as ‘The City of Widows’, Vrindavan has become the final home for women who have lost their husbands, have been cast out by their families, or are alone in the world.
In 2014, we became involved in an initiative established by social reformer Bindeshwar Pathak, seeking to empower the Widows of Vrindavan, by teaching them the skills necessary to make our clothing line.