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T-Shirts by No Nasties now available at multiple stores
May '11
No Nasties, a Mumbai based attire company, has made an impressive entry in the Indian retail market with a designer t-shirt label made exclusively from Shop for Change Fair Trade certified cotton, guaranteeing cotton farmers a fairer deal so they can care for their families and the environment. An all new range of t-shirts is now available at several stores in Mumbai.

No Nasties has collaborated with promising new independent designers for its unique and exclusive T-Shirt designs which are available in vibrant colors. Styled by their in-house fashion designer, the fair trade and organic certified t-shirts are available at Attic stores in Santacruz and Colaba; Bliss in Andheri and 'Our lil bit' in Versova.

In joining hands with Attic, a fashion hub that houses contemporary and zesty designs by fresh talent from across the country, No Nasties is going all out to spread its mission of an organic way of life. Attic provides for an amicable shopping experience contained in an artsy and off beat ambience.

Extending their support towards No Nasties is Bliss – A multi-designer lifestyle store started by a group of 5 friends in 2009. Bliss currently houses fashion apparels, fashion accessories and home decor products from almost 70 different designers from all over India. It is known for its eclectic, unique and quirky product mix that caters to people of all age groups.

True to its name, 'Our Lil Bit' has partnered with 15 NGOs, stocking up hundreds of high-fashion, eco-friendly products and billions of good intentions to conserve planet earth. They work towards making a big difference because there is no planet B.

With its entire product line made from Shop for Change fair trade certified cotton, No Nasties is India's first company to go 100% Shop for Change Fair Trade certified and is also actively involved with several other cause related projects like the Tsunamika project with rural women from Auroville, the Women Empowerment Program in the South India, the Reduce, Re-use and Recycle initiative for a sustainable living and Mirakle, a courier company that employs physically challenged individuals. Every purchase made from No Nasties guarantees a contribution to at least one of the above causes.

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