About us

Brand established in 2019. Delfina is where style meets sustainability.

Collections celebrate regenerative agriculture, manual craftsmanship, and conscious materials, creating timeless and versatile designs.

Delfina designs are designed to make you always feel at ease ;models might have multiple uses, they can be genderless and are finished with pre-industrial regenerative techniques so to reflect folks and nature.  Celebrating identity.  Materials used for the collections are the finest ones that our abundant biodiversity offers. 

Each collection is a research in beauty and sustainability. Where beauty is for the soul in its dialogue with natural materials and the energy embodied in handcrafts. And sustainably is rooted in the relation with artisans and their lands. 

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Khadi cotton

Khadi means Khaddar
Hand spun and hand woven clothes
Made out of cotton
It’s not only a cloth
But it’s the icon of the swadeshi movement
The movement of self-reliant
And better economy...
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Bärbäre -Nomad magic

Amazigh, plural Imazighen, a word which means “free people” . One of the most popular carpets in the West is called the Beni Ourain which is typically made of sheep’s wool. The base of an Azilal rug is mostly a light shade of cream or white .... (see more).
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Embroideries are a medium for art and communication since centuries. Embroideries can be hand stitched on in numerous disparate materials.
As in most of the rest of the world, also in the Indian continent, embroideries have been used to story-tell rituals, recall gods or to simply describe local life stories .
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Batik printing

Batik method of dyeing in which patterned areas are covered with wax so they will not receive the colour. The method is used mainly on cottons and in the traditional colours of blue, brown, and red.
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Shibori printing

Shibori is a traditional Japanese manual resist dyeing technique. In Japan, the earliest known example of cloth dyed with a shibori technique dates from the 8th century; it is among the goods donated by the Emperor Shōmu to the Tōdai-ji inNara.
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Block dabu printing

The word Dabu, comes from ‘Dabaana’ meaning press, a block printing technique of using mud as a resist, to create patterns. It was traditionall developed on indigo dyed fabric. With its main centers in Rajasthan, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
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Raw silk

"Raw Silk" is a pure silk fabric, also known as Dupion. It is made by using thin warp thread that produces a tightly woven fabric with a plain weave.
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Hand felted wool

Felt making is an ancient process for making a dense, durable and warm fabric made of of 100% regenerative wool.
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Sabra - agave silk

Sabra is a fabric widely made in Marocco and Mexico of vegetable fibers, it is the reason why it is also called vegetable silk or cactus silk.
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