Inji translates to 'pearl' in Arabic.
When we first started, we experimented with turning deadstock fabrics into garments, just how an oyester turns an unwanted substance into a shiny pearl by adding layers of coating on it.
We wanted to be sustainable and do our part.
However, as the demand grew, we had to take a different approach on sustainability. Now, we only make on order to reduce fabric wastage and avoid creating deadstock. Through this, we are also able to be size inclusive.