All our projects have been developed through uncompromising ideals based on social design. Through them we have established strong bonds with many indigenous and craft rich communities. With every project, our aim is to create awareness of responsible production methods through quality and design.

Ryukyu Indigo Labo endeavours to preserve Okinawa's unique indigo tradition by ensuring the knowledge and wisdom of the process is recorded for future generations. Ryukyu is the ancient name for the southern Japanese islands of Okinawa. Ryukyu aizome is Okinawa’s traditional indigo dyeing technique dating back several centuries.

This project is formed through partnerships with small businesses and crafts people in the region of Tohoku, which in March 2011 experienced the devastating tsunami created by the country’s most powerful earthquake to date. For this project we have collaborated with friends who share our ideals.

Our Tatreez Embroidery Project celebrates Palestinian culture through specialised embroidery from women in occupied Palestine. The practice of Tatreez Embroidery originated in Palestine over 3000 years ago. The unique motifs of embroidery signifies Palestinian heritage and identity, for women in particular. This project has been realised only by working together with our friends Adish.

Our 100% organic pima cotton project celebrates natural indigenous Peruvian pima cotton. No fertiliser or pesticide is used to grow the cotton for this project. The result of this symbiotically produced material is beautiful shine, soft hand feel, and strong durability.

Our alpaca project was the beginning of our journey in working out how to realise a supply of truly unique quality of products without any exploitation throughout the supply chain. It is our case study into everything our mission and vision has been built on.

The Vicuña Project is our most luxurious collection. The Vicuña fibre is the finest animal fibre in the world and can only be obtained through ancient Incan ceremonial shearing, known as the "Chaccu".