Holi Boli jeans are made by the very clever seamstresses at our sewing production house in Odisha, India. These jeans are now stocked at our NZ HQ and are ready to post to you. 

Tonic&Cloth in Palmerston North also stock Holi Boli jeans. Pop into 42 George Street and try them on or see what they have instock via their website:


The jeans story... 

We source 'raw' denim from the KG Denim green denim mill in South India. Raw denim is kinder to the planet (and our skin) as it hasn't been through all the harmful acid or distressing washes. 

It takes no less than 15 hours to make one pair of jeans at our slow-fashion production house in rural India. After we've prewashed the fabric, we cut each pair by hand, one at a time.

We sew with high quality German thread on industrial Juki sewing machines to make a product that is beautifully tailored and long lasting.

We hope you love them as much as we do.

Be kind to your jeans and the planet by reducing washing.

We recommend that you only wash jeans after every third or forth wear. Turn them inside out, reduce the amount of detergent and line dry them in the shade to preserve colour and slow the natural fading process.