Eco Friendly and Fairtrade

The Malini brand and its eco-sustainable and eco-friendly trade

In each of our creations, our brand expresses love for the family, tradition and genuineness and communicates it through the same name, Malini, of Indian origin and belonged to the woman of the family that inspired our creations.

The charm, elegance and vibrant colors of India are, in fact, the protagonists of our clothing, in which however the power of Made in Italy emerges with equal energy.

Two countries, two cultures and two realities, the western one and the eastern one, which come together and mix in many creations of exceptional uniqueness and refinement, entirely handmade by expert craftsmen.

However, our greatest strength lies in our way of working, since we follow an eco-sustainable and eco-friendly trade in every aspect, so as not to cause any damage to nature, our great inspiring muse, and to support in every way that there is possible our extraordinary craftsmen.

In this way, we feel we are more responsible towards the environment in which we live and the people who buy or work in our company.

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The advantages of eco-sustainable trade

The clothes, accessories and all clothing of the Malini brand are made with certified raw materials, carefully chosen and treated in accordance with the same.

Our production always takes place according to eco-sustainable and eco-compatible processes to protect the environment and thus live better in an atmosphere of harmony between man and nature.

Most of our garments are made from 100% organic cotton, the printing and painting of our clothes are made by certified dyers who use dyes without "azo-free" or "heavy metal" or, where applicable, the color vegetable.

We give softness to our clothing mechanically and not chemically, we do not use chlorine bleaches at all and we abhor energy wastes, so much so that we always prefer the hand loom and the semi-automatic hand loom for the processing of our clothes.

Our company is committed every day to reduce waste, recycle and reuse the materials, residues and products that are purchased by other companies to reuse them in new productions.

The advantage of working and producing according to an eco-friendly principle is the saving of energy (we use solar energy), of water (we recycle rainwater, return it to nature without wasting any more) and we recycle all the our residues and waste, often selling some of them to third-party companies that use them in their production. In this way, we also manage to pay more for our craftsmen, saving money also thanks to the non-use of traders or intermediaries.

In essence, our company aims to safeguard the fertility of the soil and water resources, to transmit them intact to subsequent generations.


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The advantages of eco-friendly trade

Eco-friendly trade helps us ensure better conditions for workers, a topic that is very close to our heart and that we particularly care about.

The cotton we use in the production of our clothes is grown by Indian farmers who receive a fair price and who manage to cover the costs and commitment invested by the farmers themselves. In this way, the Malini brand seeks to help achieve not only better commercial conditions, but also better living conditions in the local communities of workers in the poorest countries of the world.

The advantages that eco-solidarity trade offers are manifold, but in particular it creates new job and training opportunities, does not employ child labor or forced labor, reduces episodes of discrimination and smuggling and, in general, guarantees better safety conditions and health at work.

All this encourages entrepreneurship and seeks to raise the economic development of communities that still base their livelihood entirely on agriculture.


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Why choose Malini?

Choosing to buy Malini clothing is therefore equivalent to supporting a family tradition company with healthy ethical and social principles, which does not harm the natural environment and which seeks to improve the living conditions of developing countries.