Artisanal Fashions with Inspired Origins
Rathiloka is a curated collection of elegant, sustainable products; born from the belief that fashion should inspire us every step of the way.
It’s no secret that our world is inhabited with wondrous individuals, who dedicate their lives to touching us with their handcrafted goods and thoughtful designs. Yet, most of us never have a chance to meet them, because we saturate the market with over-processed, commercialized trends that force many artisans to abandon their true passions.
It’s our hope that we can create change by introducing these talented craftsmen to a global audience—one who can share in and directly relate to their powerful stories. We know, together, we can honor the true talents of these artists and help make the universe a little more beautiful; a little more connected.
$ 249.00 $ 149.00
$ 249.00 $ 149.00
It’s often said that most of the finer things in life have a price tag to reflect it. Cashmere is no different. But, what sets this luxurious fabric apart from many other lavish expenses is that its higher cost is a direct reflection of its overall scarcity and the costly production that went into making it. We’re just not sure the same can be said for gold-encrusted iPhone cases. So, how is it that more commonly found outlets such as Walmart and Costco are now carrying Cashmere items at much, much lower prices? It all comes down to quality!
The Mandala. It’s an image many are familiar with, but few understand the true significance of. Meaning “circle” in Sanskrit, this unmistakable geometric design is both a spiritual and a ritualistic symbol within various Indian religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Created using a very precise painting method, they are traditionally composed upon paper, wood, stone or cloth, although during some events they may even be reproduced using ephemeral materials such as butter or colored sand.
One thing we are passionate about at Rathiloka is culture. We believe some things are just too extraordinary to not be shared, duplicated, and relished. We also love…well, love. It is common to see cultures meld and create a beautiful tapestry of new ideas. We are so compelled by these two things that this passion inspired our name. Rathi means goddess of love and Loka means globally connected.