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“Fashion’s sprawling global supply chain has made ‘traceability’ difficult, and it isn’t enough to rely on flimsy labels like ‘organic’ and ‘all-natural’. That’s where Nishanth Chopra comes in.”

This Design Collective Is Helping Fashion Embrace Regenerative Agriculture | Vogue

Cotton Diaries

“As a farming, processing, dyeing, and manufacturing operation that partners directly with brands and produces an own-label clothing line, Nishanth’s work spans the entire supply chain from farm to finished fashion product.”

Building A Seed-To-Sew Supply Chain | Cotton Diaries

Green Dreamer

“Certainly, the entire fashion industry has so much to learn from [Nishanth’s] leadership and this relocalization of the textile supply chain that [he] is building.”

Nishanth Chopra: Rebuilding Regenerative Seed-To-Sew Fashion Systems Rooted In Community | Green Dreamer

“Oshadi’s vertically integrated business model, with everything done within the farm, is a progressive one. Furthermore, regenerative farming goes beyond sustainability, using practices that leave the soil replenished to improve biodiversity.”

The New Grassroots Economy: Oshadi | Courier Magazine

“The way in which Oshadi has completely shifted the paradigms of the textile value chain in favour of a rural, regenerative solution is surely a testament to its founder’s sense of initiative.”

Inside Oshadi: The Collective Building A Regenerative Fashion Supply Chain In Rural India | Eco-Age

“Nishanth is a wonderful person and an important partner for us here at Story mfg. We work with him to create some of our natural dyed items, handwoven fabrics and increasingly jersey, but he's much more than a traditional production partner.”

With Nishanth Chopra Of Oshadi | Story mfg. podcast


“Chopra's brand is more of a collective, one with a “seed-to-sow” perspective and a fully traceable supply chain that should become the template for the global fashion industry.”

This Is What A Traceable Fashion Brand Actually Looks Like | Highsnobiety


“From start-to-finish, Chopra is able to oversee his textile supply chain [...]—a serious departure for an industry that’s been built upon layers and layers of middlemen.”

Cotton in Community: Reconnecting To Traditional Indian Farming Practices In The Prakriti Fibershed | Fibershed podcast

“What makes Oshadi’s progression truly unique is that it has evolved to reflect an anarchistic authenticity and vulnerable transparency rarely seen in the fashion industry.”

Oshadi: Regenerative Fashion’s Organic Cotton Farming Collective | podcast