Our Brand


Mehera Shaw is an artisanal lifestyle brand.  Inspired by the artisan textiles of India. Styled for conscious, modern living.  We love colour, natural fibers, artisan prints, and above all, working in a positive way for people and the environment!  We design and make everything in-house at our fair trade production studio in Jaipur, India.




Artisan Hand Block Prints
GOTS Certified Organic Cottons
Always Fair Trade


Our Production Studio - Fair Trade and Custom Manufacture 


Mehera Shaw Textiles Pvt. Ltd. is a fair trade manufacturer in India and member of the Fair Trade Federation in the US.  We have created a transparent, vertical supply chain using fair labour standards, sustainable fabrics and artisan printed textiles. We produce all garments in-house.  We specialize in artisan printing (both screen and block printing) from the Jaipur region of North India, natural fiber wovens and detailed stitching.  We regularly incorporate GOTS certified cottons and handloom cotton, wool and silk in support of decentralized, artisan production. See 'Manufacturing' for more information on private label and custom order manufacturing and 'Fair Trade' to learn more about our production team and fair labour standards. 

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April 24, 2016

You see the faces on our website of the people who make up Mehera Shaw.  They stitch, they knit, they cut, they pattern, they inspect, they pack.   This is the whole bunch of them.  We know them each personally.  There aren’t that many of them, so it would be strange if we didn’t.   You see their faces, and for each one of them there are many thousands of faces you do not see, and that I do not see, who make clothes, dye fabric, run the machinery in the vast textile mills.   In Delhi and Mumbai Viet Nam and Cambodia Bangladesh China and unacknowledged places in the U.S and Europe in conditions that we all regard as...

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Revolution is - Knowing WHO MADE YOUR CLOTHES

April 24, 2016

ANOTHER SIDE TO THE STORY   Ten years ago, while Shari and I were packing up our family for a big move, I came across an old pair of shoes that I had packed away many years before.  They had been manufactured back in the 1960’s by a company that I will refer to as RESPECTED SHOES.  I didn’t know what to do with them.  They were black wingtips.  My parents had bought them for me during my senior year in college to go with my new gray flannel suit.  My suit was long gone, and these shoes seemed to be hopelessly out of style.   I turned them over in my hands, and examined the amazing tight, perfect stitching,...

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