Digital Print Collection – Legacy Continues!!!!!!!!!!!

Digital Prints Collection, something that increases the curiosity. As much as they increase the curiosity, they also create an instant attraction.

So, what it is all about?

It is one of the most versatile technique that works on almost every material like leather, firehose etc. The versatility is also extended to the colors. The amazing quality of digital printing is that you can get many colors in one print.

Our value addition is that, we use Creative Director Anita Ahuja’s art works for digital printing on our collection. Also, our print is very sharp and focused.

On that note, how do you like our DIGITAL PRINT COLLECTION ?

Well, we hear you. You after all love them

Watch this space for more exquisite digital print collection!!!!

Magic of Army Tent

Few years ago, a famous clothing company made headlines by recycling the WWII British Military Tents into Trousers. Conserve India really salutes their innovation. Close to our ethos, we at Conserve India have started playing with army tents to create upcycled bags.

That lovely bag in our INVITE is one innovative creation created using upcycled army tent. And yes, we can hear you and you got it right. In our upcoming trade show, we will be showcasing this collection.

The most amazing feature of this material is that they bear the same durability as the tent that were created and used in the field by the soldiers. Along with their durability, they are also water resistant. Also, the color of the material (army green) gives the feel of vintage and historic flair.

On that note, please do join us from October 14 – 18 at Stall No F14/27, India Expo Centre and Mart, Greater Noida for a visual treat of these durable and sustainable innovation.

Tea Sack Bags – Legacy Continues!!!!!!!!!!!

Our Tea Sack Bags caught lot of attention. Folks loved them so much , so were their curiosity to know more about this.

Here we go!!!

India has been the largest producer of tea for over a century. The tea is produced in states like Assam and Ooty. Then they are packed in 50 kg , 100 kg, 250 kg sacks and distributed all over India. The tea in these sacks is transferred into small branded packages for retail distribution.

We use the large bags which are discarded. Technically, sacks are made from fusing material that has beautiful prints on it reflecting local images and names of places. We up-cycle them keeping the images intact!

And end result is all these lovely Tea Sack Bags