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No Nasties to go 100% Shop for Change with its products
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Apr '11
No Nasties, a Mumbai based apparel company, is making its maiden foray in the Indian retail market with a designer t-shirt label made exclusively from Shop for Change Fair Trade certified and organic cotton. An all new range of t-shirts was launched recently at the Attic store, Colaba.

No Nasties has collaborated with independent and upcoming designers for its unique and exclusive t-Shirt designs which will be available in vibrant colors. Styled by their in-house fashion designer are available across Attic stores.

A socially conscious company, No Nasties firmly believes in building sustainable communities through fair trade. With its entire product line made from fair trade cotton, No Nasties becomes India's first company to provide consumers with an entire product range certified by Shop for Change Fair Trade.

Shop for Change Fair Trade certification guarantees that the cotton farmers behind No Nasties' products receive a fairer deal for their produce so they can care for their families and the environment. Attic, a fashion and lifestyle store, provides a platform for upcoming designers and artists from across the country.

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