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Hobo Beautiful

The brands vision is to embrace the slow life, inspired by Sri Lanka - creating limited collections of handmade items for your home and body, celebrating the contemporary artisan as well as natural materials. Bringing traditional craft into the 21st century, allowing you to know exactly where it comes from, who made it and how that impacts our planet.
Introducing

The Founders

Jessica Miles is the founder and current maker of Hobo Beautiful, it all started after years of travelling around europe in a van. Wanting to have a hobby to align with the simple nomadic life. As a sculptor by trade, working with her hands comes naturally, so when her mother handed her the Reader’s Digest introduction to macrame from the 80s it seemed perfect, after a few knots she never looked back.

Crafted in Kabalana, Sri Lanka

Meet the Makers

Everything is currently handmade at the designers home studio, no factories, no waste, just an artist on her journey of self expression, whilst trying to stay aligned with herself and mother nature.

The Process

The Slow living Collection - which is wall hangings and chairs start from 2-5 days, full time making. Slow Fashion Collection - Depends on the garment, all items are taken through a thorough stage of prototyping before final designs are made. From 3 hours to 2 full days.

Standards

A slow fashion and living brand where everything from sourcing to making of the items is done by the designer herself from her home in Sri Lanka. All pieces are handmade using locally available materials. The designer plans to expand the brand to include the lcoal community in her upcoming collections.
  • F Fair
  • I Indigenous
  • V Vegan
  • O Organic
  • R Regenerative
  • R Refashioned

Going the Extra Mile

100% Hand Crafted

All steps involved in creating the final product are done by hand. Utilising skills of artisans involved, makes each piece, one of a kind.

Traceable

From seed to stitch, products that can be traced down to the source of the raw materials, at every step in the supply chain.

Reduced Carbon Footprint

Reducing their carbon footprint by opting for slower yet more expensive greener methods of production or by simply paying the emissions tax/contribution.

Plastic free Packaging

All packaging is plastic free or biodegradable. Opting for alternative packaging also implies higher costs for these brands.

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