nava dīti, in sanscrit, a classical language from India and also the language of yoga, means new tide. The concept implies the conjunction of nava; boat, a vehicle to transport oneself from one perception of reality to another and dīti, tide, unusual but meaningful name of the designer; constancy and at the same time movement.
Its etymology alludes to various attributes; the origin of its materials from various countries (America, Africa, India and Indonesia), the materials that conform them (cotton, clay, natural essences), its manual process, characteristic from ancient techniques (batik, back-strap loom weaving) and sun-drying. As well as its international focus (has influencers and ambassadors who come from cities like Mexico, Seattle, London and Medellín all the way to small towns like Sayulita and Tepoztlán)
Ecologically-friendly & International-focus; by producing our collections locally, we use shorter transport ways ensuring a low carbon footprint, implying less strain on earth’s natural resources. We are committed to using recyclable packaging, such as cardboard boxes without additional dyes and recycled paper. Now distributing internationally to high end shops, exclusive spas, lifestyle shops, wellness centres, and yoga studios.
With design, materials coming from far away countries and ecological characteristics nava dīti captivates the whole world.