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Inspired by items inside the Noguchi Museum.

Founded by Raiheth Rawla and Wei Hung Chen, with a devotion to exploring the accessory’s role as art and pieces that can be seen as sculptures when its wearer is not present, Khaore’s items work well both on and off the body.

With products that serve as artistic reinterpretations of the everyday and mundane, Khaore’s works are crafted to introduce a neoteric perspective of each object, resulting in beautifully crafted, unique pieces. The Bora collection stands out as a bold, conceptual capsule, initiated as an exploration of the possibilities that can be created with the jute textile, native to the West Bengal region in India, beyond its usual usage.

Importantly, the textile is entirely organic and biodegradable, and used mainly to make durable sacs and totes. Working in collaboration with a 100 year old Jute Mill in Kolkata, Khaore’s faith in the innovation of experts with Jute related textiles has certainly payed off, and the fact that the Mill is certified with Compliance to Global Organic Textile Standard, Air and Water Pollution Standard and Environmental Management standards shows an enviable and vital dedication to the natural world and the beauty of nature.

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