At Nicobar we’re creating a modern Indian way of living, dressing, and looking at the world. This is at the heart of everything we do.
We’re a company that believes in culture as much as commerce, and that journeys are usually as worthy as destinations. These are the stories we’re telling through our product and through a community.
We are a tight ecosystem of people crazy about the design and digital worlds. Our core team works out of our lush garden studio in Delhi (we call it the Treehouse), where designers sketch and drape, the digital teams write and code, and the gardeners plant broccoli and tomatoes, but our people are spread across the country, in our stores, our warehouses, and our café.
One of the things I will always be proud of is the team we built, continue to build and the culture we aspire to live. We knew we wanted to build a team that believed the best comes when the East and West come together…quietly confident in India’s roots, humble yet looking outward, combining history and geography.
It’s this passion for design meets digital and East meets West that led me over 250 initial interviews to find the first nine people to join the journey. We found our team over cocktails at Diva or chaat at Nathu's, via serendipitous marriages that brought folk from Bombay to Delhi and others from Chelsea, New York back to India!
Since you made it this far, we'd love to tell you about Nicobar's womenswear. We make tops, dresses, kurtas, trousers and more that are fresh, modern, contemporary and designed to be worn in versatile ways and all through the year. Our prints and fabrics are classic (we love a good stripe or polka dot) and all our clothing for women is made from natural fibres – cotton, linen, chanderi, or silk. We're trying to make a swap to organic cotton in all our clothing in an effort to make Nicobar a more sustainable brand. This is still a work in progress, but every day we take small steps to move closer toward this goal.
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