About our Brand


Clothing and Scarves

This comfortable, elegant and timeless clothing line was inspired by a desire to repurpose high-quality, vibrantly-coloured, vintage silk South Asian saris. Participate in a clothing movement that celebrates the fabrics of India, extending their life and putting sustainability first.

Innovative Design means Minimal Waste

Together with our New Delhi team, we are striving to be a low-waste company. Our scarves, children’s clothes, pockets, belts and bunting are made from left-over fabric cuttings so that as much of the original sari as possible is salvaged and re-purposed. We believe innovation in design is the ticket to a sustainable future.

Fabric Gift Wrap

For both its beauty as well as its positive impact on the planet, we have created our own line of fabric “wrapping paper“ made with fun vintage silk and cotton South Asian saris. Using fabric gift wrap is super-easy and you can participate a growing trend that supports a sustainable lifestyle. 

Ethically Re-Made in India

Our team found local ethical manufacturers in New Delhi India. Our products are produced by two family-run small businesses. The work environments are safe and clean, and wages are fair and reasonable, and both men and women are employed equally.

Meet our Overseas Team


Aanchal Gupta, the Chief Designer, won the Best Designer Award in India's capital city of New Delhi 2005--a remarkable achievement given the intense design competition in India's garment industry. Aanchal's tailors who have been with her for over ten years. Monika sorts through the saris and decides which fabrics and textures would be best for each type of product they produce. Seamstress Priya sews fabric gift wrap.

Proudly supporting African Elephants
Living a more sustainable lifestyle also means using your spending power to improve our world for all its inhabitants. A percentage of every sariKNOTsari item sold goes directly to the Save the Elephants Organization. We encourage you to find out more about how this organization protects elephants and their grazing lands in Africa every day through donations.