Pink City Prints produce hand woven bags and clutches made out of recycled plastic bags and biscuit packets. Their modern prints are made using traditional Indian methods. Many designs are printed with hand carved wooden blocks, which fix the dye onto locally sourced cotton or silk. Their indigo patterns are made with limestone mud, sawdust and the heat of the sun. Pink City’s handloom fabric is made by a women’s co-op in central India. The women are taught skills in hand-looming, accountancy and management which gives them financial independence in a very traditional, rural area. They weave using organic cotton which is dyed using local vegetables and plants.