Mi Dulce An’ya - Kolkata, India
Mi Dulce An'ya manufacture only the highest quality, GOTS Certified Organic cotton yarns and fabrics are used and harmful dyes and bleach are avoided, so that all Mi Dulce An’yas’ products are kind to your children's skin and kind to the earth.
Mi Dulce An'ya (es): mee dul·che ah·nee·ya, named after founder Neha Garodia daughters Ansh + Manya.
Mi Dulce An’ya began as a mission of love. Neha grew up in Singapore and England, later moving to India. As a mother of two young children, Ansh, aged four and Manya, aged two and a half, Neha constantly struggled to find clothing that was classically stylish, with luxurious detailing, whilst still being kind to her babies sensitive skin and to the environment. Neha has always tried to limit her impact on the earth, recycling and purchasing Organic products where possible.
The fairly limited accessibility and awareness of Organic children’s clothes in India and the Region posed both a challenge and an opportunity. The aesthetic too, favored bolder, more obvious designs, rather than the understated, Classically European inspired pieces Neha was keen on. Accessing certified suppliers of natural fabrics and working with talented artisans in Bengal, Neha developed and launched her own label exclusively manufacturing handcrafted, organic cotton clothes for babies and children, designed and produced in her studio in India.
The result is Mi Dulce An'ya's collection of luxurious, vintage inspired, contemporary separates for boys and girls, aged 0-6, using only the softest, certified Organic cotton and delicate colors with handcrafted detailing.
Only the highest quality, GOTS Certified Organic cotton yarns and fabrics are used and harmful dyes and bleach are avoided, so that all Mi Dulce An’yas’ products are kind to your baby's skin and kind to the Earth.
Organic clothing is not just for high-end clientèle, but for everyone who identifies the need of sustainability, and acknowledges that eco-friendly clothing is best for the skin. Particularly for newborns, it cuts down on their exposure to toxins. Organic cotton is safer for our children, better for the farmers who harvest it and ultimately better for our planet.