collective creativity

local & ethical

we partner directly with local women's cooperatives, family-run sewing workshops, and artisans, keeping production hyper-local.

hand made

From the villages in the hills of Jerusalam to Gaza, Ramallah, and Bethlehem, we work with family owned businesses, artisan workshops, and women's cooperatives produce our beautiful Nol collective creations.

The traditional and ancestral techniques of this creative network carry our love for the land and storytelling.

Our designs are inspired by rich Palestinian and Levantine, illuminating a legacy of slow and intentionally made garments.

Tell your story

rooted in history

we incorporate traditional production techniques such as Palestinian hand-embroidery, majdalawi weaving from Gaza, and natural dyeing using local plants, insects, and roots.

conscious fashion

we are actively working to illumunate the politics which shape how we produce, engage with, and buy fashion. we're bringing you into the design and production process to redefine the relationships we have with our clothes and with the people who make them.

art is political, and thus, fashion is political. It gives way to a global interconnectedness as well as situations that are often of asymmetrical power and exchange.

intersectionality

political fashion

The political reality for Palestinians is shaped by the military occupation which touches and shapes every element of our lives, including creativity. Isolated from one another geographically most of the artisans we are working with have never met and even need to work together digitally to bring garments to life, representing a creative endeavor which has triumphed over imposed borders.