BOUTIQUES & OUTLETS
International Festivals: Internationally, Indian Project now supplies to various independent boutiques in the U.S and Europe and may found at some of Europe's largest festivals.
Online Boutique: The brand additionally sells their products through an online boutique.
Indian Project's signature line is their range of unisex cargo shorts, fashioned in a manner that blends the staple Indian "alibaba" style with that of cargo zipper pockets, all constructed with durable high quality cargo-cotton fabric. This design style carries over to their other product lines as well, from t-shirts, hooded jackets and vests to bags of various sizes. The unisex collection additionally carries more modern streamlined as well as popular baggy designs. What sets this brand from all others in their class, is the quality finishing, durable fabrics and attention to detail.
After much demand, Indian Project has recently launched a women's collection, carrying over their slick functional aesthetics to everyday women's apparel. Select from short-shorts, skirts and mini-skirts, all replete with the Indian Project signature cargo style with thick zippers and durable fabrics. The newest offering in this line are created of stretched cargo fabric, to allow the clothes to fit seamlessly on any body shape.
Born in 2003 in Goa, Indian Project is conceived, designed and managed entirely by the dynamic duo, Nadia Zeuf and Cyril. The Indian Project-Free Concept label quickly became one of the most popular (and widely worn) brands in Goa soon after it was established. The brand became so popular among the resident foreigners in Goa, that the team was quickly propelled to extend their market globally by hosting kiosks in music festivals around Europe and is now a well known internationally in the global trance traveler scene.
DESIGN & CONCEPT
Indian Project presents a global line of apparel from trousers, shorts to jackets t's, as well as accessories for both men and women, blending urban aesthetics with functionality ideal for traveling. The designs largely play with the "cargo" colors of beige, military green and khaki. However, the brand has recently begun incorporating elements of bright colors in their clothes and accessories as featured details of particular pieces. The designer duo are continually in search to further their quality and creativity, seeking influences as well collecting fabrics and finishings from travels across the globe.