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Paradise Robe

When you don't want to sacrifice aesthetic for comfort: enter the Paradise Robe. Handcrafted by makers performing the traditional skill, blockprinting. The floral pattern you see in the Paradise Robe was first handcarved into a block of wood, then dipped in AZO-free dye to transfer the design to the cotton fabric. Both the overall fabric and the robe borders feature this heritage skill of blockprinting; a time-consuming and beautiful process. This ethically crafted robe by fair trade artisans in India features 2 slip pockets and a color palette in deep red, deep blue, light green, yellow and pink.


  • Material: 100% cotton
  • Product Care: Cool wash separately, line dry, warm iron.
  • Robe measures approximately 27.5" wide under arms (not including arms) x 33" wide at base of robe x 36"H. Arms measure approximately 13"L x 13"W (widest point). Belt measures approximately 72"L.
  • Belt closure
  • Handcrafted in India

SKU: 6846110


Aravali is a for-profit company supporting the work of close to 150 artisans in the Jaipur area, primarily men working in blockprinting workshops in and around Jaipur, as well as women in Rajasthan who produce embroidered items. Manager Rahul Duggal sees their greatest strength as their commitment to forming long-term relationships; Aravali has been working with many of the same workshops for 10 years or longer. Their target wages are slightly higher than the local market. The workshops are within a relatively close geographical range, which allows Aravali to maintain close contact with the artisans, despite their small administrative staff.Aravali began in 1976 as a small clothing boutique. In the early 1980s, its focus shifted toward home decor. Aravali has maintained a relationship with fair trade over many years.

Welcome to our global maker-to-market movement where, together with 20,000 artisans, we ignite social change. We create opportunities for individuals, families, and communities in developing countries to thrive through strong relationships, fair wages, safe working conditions, and sustainable practices.