Photo Diary: How Anaak’s Handmade Sweaters Come Together in India


These days, it seems like you can get anything at the touch of a screen. And while we love the convenience, there’s something alluring about the things you can’t easily find. That’s initially how Anaak™ hooked us—the clothing brand often makes no more than 20 of any one piece. But there’s a reason: Founder Marissa Maximo sources her fabrics in Bolivia and India from artisans who make all their textiles by hand in small batches. It’s basically the opposite of getting anything on demand, but we’ll let her tell you more about that in her own words—and through the photos she shared with us from her travels (many of which can be found on her breathtaking Instagram feed).

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