"Sustainable modern luxury for slow made textiles ethically made by artisans using ancient techniques."
Based out of Michigan, Variously is an award winning brand that explores modern design elements, functional & minimalistic in nature. We pursue sustainable design goals by ethically sourcing the highest qualities of pure natural yarns, plant-based & eco-friendly dyes and combine these with ancient artisanal techniques of weaving & dyeing.For us, beauty lies in slow-made textiles that bring people & their cultural stories together.
Variously is the recipient of the Gold Award 2021 in Interiors / Textiles for the 16th edition of the International Design Award ( IDA ) , Gray Design Award Winner 2021 for Fashion Accessories, Bronze Award for the 15th edition of the International Design Award ( IDA ) 2020. Studio Variously ships to buyers in USA, Australia, UK, Canada, Switzerland, Japan , Sweden that celebrate values of slow living, contemporary design, high-quality goods & exclusive artisanal craftsmanship.
We work with 100 + established & inspiring retailers ( online + brick & mortar ) We collaborate with credible interior design studios for custom + scalable residential & commercial projects like hotels. All the collaboration for ethical manufacturing takes place directly ( no middlemen ) with artisan clusters for all our capsule editions and textile projects in interiors. 80% of our artisans are women & all our artisans are 3rd / 4th generation master artisans with a legacy of unique heritage value.
Anjali Purohit, the founder of Studio Variously pursued her design education from prestigious design schools in India & Italy. She has worked for 15+ years for design studios, fashion brands, exhibited in India, EU, the USA, Messe Frankfurt, Milan Fashion Week, Tourism Show in Berlin and has advocated for artisan-based businesses & ethical wages at the United Nations during the Artisans Summit. Through her industry experience, Anjali understood the growing need for ethically made sustainable products. She continues to explore this by forging unique artisan partnerships in India & Nepal for all her ethical productions handmade responsibly since 2016.
Through her company, Anjali has also made a short documentary featuring interviews of artisans called A Confluence which was showcased at Fashion Film Festival Milan and LA Fashion Film Festival in 2019. In 2019 she was also chosen as the Artist in Residence at Eileen Fisher / Michigan store. Anjali also actively volunteers for Fashion Revolution for the Michigan chapter to educate about ethical practices in fashion & is an Adjunct Professor at Wayne State University,Detroit. .