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Stain was established in 2018 by Pooja Bhansali and Monica Tarunadjaja, as an eco- conscious ready-to-wear brand that embraces the relationship between design and sustainability. Stain implements social and environmental practices while maintaining their holistic approach to design, integrating their personal values in the brand to redefine what fashion means.

1. Mission

Stain’s mission is to raise awareness towards sustainable and ethical fashion by creating beautiful pieces without hurting people or the planet. They specialize in creating unique textiles through modern and traditional techniques using eco-friendly materials to create fabrics that are good, look good and feel good.

2. Sustainable materials

1. Linen (Up-cycled) - sustainable fabric made from flax plants
2. Cotton Voile (100%cotton) - sourced in India
3. Handwoven Cotton - sourced in Central Java, Indonesia
4. Handwoven Silk (100% mulberry) - sourced in West Bengal, India

3. Ethical standards

All of the garments are cut and sewn with independent workshops and small manufacturers in Indonesia. The garment manufacturing process starts with pattern-making and sampling. At Stain, they work with suppliers who not only employ skilled artisans but also follow responsible and ethical practices.

4. Location & logistics

Screen Printing Workshop - Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia. It is an independent family-owned textile workshop with a team of 30-40 people.
Natural Dye Workshop - Klaten, Central Java, Indonesia.
Handwoven Cotton Workshop - Klaten, Central Java, Indonesia. Team with weavers and crafters who have inherited traditional hand-weaving, printing and dyeing techniques.
Woodblock Printing Workshop - Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Garment Manufacturer - Jakarta, West Java, Indonesia

5. Responsible packaging

All of the garments are packaged in eco-friendly bio-cassava bags from Avani that are biodegradable and created using renewable resources.

6. Improvement goals

And since all of our brands are committed to full transparency, they also agree to publish an on-going list of improvement goals that aim to keep pace with technological, societal and legislative changes in the pursuit of increasingly sustainable and ethical fashion. 

Join us on our journey

Zanteia prides itself on the long-term relationships it builds with fashion brands and ambassadors. These relationships are built on honesty and trust and a true spirit of partnership in achieving common goals.