We aim to re-connect diaspora communities, echoing a sense of belonging whilst offering an opportunity to give back to their home community.

At the heart of our brand is a socially engaged economic model, where each piece credits the makers and designers, with a percentage of the selling price returning to the artisans.



A bit of Sindh made its debut at London Fashion Week when Sundus Talpur took her gold and silver collection to the UK. Talpur’s work explores graphical vocabulary and the physicality of Sindhi and Balochi textile and carries tales of their histories.

Leila wears pomegranate red for the first time in her life, a piece gifted to her by her mother, signifying a new milestone in her life and a colour symbolic of fertility in Anatolian folklore. Leila is adorned with beaten gold ornaments, traditions meant to invite good fortune to befall the newly wed.

The textured lace gold jhoomar and baalis seen in these were designed and crafted by hand to meet @khadijahshah's vision of the intimate wedding in Ormana

The jewellery seen in these were crafted by hand to meet @khadijahshah ‘s vision of Ormana


How ravishing does she look!