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Samtana ramps it up

July 21, 2019 | Author: | Posted in INTERNET

New t-shirt company Samtana is harnessing the strength of the city
to build limited-edition ‘Organic Wearable Art’
• Samtana takes awe-inspiring art from designers around the globe to create organic wearable art
• Expanding variety of exclusive custom designs by international artists
• 100% organic, chemical-free cotton, grown by Indian farmers
• Now available across India with free home delivery or cash-on-delivery

A young and free-spirited new a facility with international ties has taken the Indian t-shirt market by storm.
Samtana, co-founded in Bengaluru and launched in May 2012, is catering to present day generation of globally-aware, environmentally-conscious Indian youth having a variety of locally and internationally-designed, high-quality and ethically-produced Organic Cotton T-shirts.
Samtana is pioneering the concept of crowdsourcing to produce its, exclusive edition special weapons t-shirts. Artists are invited to submit designs that reflect the zeitgeist of modern youth. By far the most awe-inspiring artwork are shortlisted for production. Future plans include contracting designers off their community of artists to get art inspired by charities, where each t-shirt sold will contribute towards supporting the charity financially.
All Samtana shirts are made in India using 100% organic cotton, which happens to be non-genetically manipulated cotton that’s grown clear of harmful chemicals and pesticides.
Initial feedback has been very positive and early-edition designs are quickly selling out as word-of-mouth spreads and Samtana accumulates a deep fan following online.
“We founded Samtana after many years for being aggravated by having less individuality and limited aesthetic selling point of the majority of the clothing easily obtainable in shops around India,” says Bharath, 36, one of many co-founders of Samtana. “So we thought i would celebration talented artists from around the globe create ‘organic wearable art’ to everyone who shares our values. Samtana is, in essence, our Community of Designers.”
“With Samtana, we presume we’ve succeeded in demonstrating that it’s possible to be unique, fashionable and eco-conscious all concurrently, without having to break the financial institution,” says co-founder Ben Heinkel, 30, who will be within Barcelona, Spain, and sees among modern youth a rapidly growing need to have self-expression that promotes ethical values instead of rapacious corporatism.
Samtana is sold on supporting the rights of cotton farmers in India Body from the world’s largest cotton-producing countries – and also the company’s dedication to using organic cotton reflects its founders’ firm philosophical belief in ‘ethical creativity’.
“As a business were constantly aiming to go greener and lower our carbon footprint,” adds Bharath, “and work tough to enable our production solutions to become more transparent in addition to Fair Trade certified.” A recently available movement during this direction has become adding 100% recycled mini-boxes that the t-shirts now ship in.
Eleven designs are presently on Samtana’s online shop along with an increasing range of offline and online stores within the country. Across the coming months, Samtana will launch several new collections with different selection of different themes with a quantity of promised surprises.
T-shirts are still available to purchase online using the company website www.samtana.com using credit/debit cards or cash-on-delivery.
Discussions are underway with several stores around India to stock the company’s products

Samtana is a new T-shirts online, launched in May 2012 by Bharath and Benjamin Heinkel, each of whom firmly trust the ethos of ‘ethical creativity’.
Company website: http://samtana.com
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/samtanaclothing

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