Meet Julie Deb, founder of Midori

Julie Deb has almost a decade of experience in working in the international fashion industry and in connecting different grassroots art & culture clusters to both domestic and international platforms.With Midori, the focus is on promoting women entrepreneurship through small industries and also creating rural economic platforms all through the north-east of India.  Julie Deb has been featured in the MSME handbook by the goverment of India 2020, as one of the top 100 women in businesses in the MSME segment of India. Midori promotes  world art and craft and creates trade and business channels for artisans to voice their best creativity through reinventing their craft which sits beautifully in a global backdrop.

Julie has experience in working with designers such as Rana Gill, Neeru Kumar and has also successfully curated the first Shillong fashion week, with mainstream designers in Meghalaya.  Midori is born out of Julie’s passion and desire to do things for north-east differently and to work towards building a platform to connect world craft in an visual manner. Midori connects the craft and the stories together into sustainable, exquisite products.

Here is a peek at some of Midori’s products:

sustainable, organic, face mask, assam, madeinindia

sustainable, organic, face mask, assam, madeinindia, stoles

sustainable, organic, notebooks, assam, madeinindia
Sustainable notebooks made from Beetal nut shells; hand bound too


Midori’s products are sustainable, mostly dyed using natural dyes and are handmade. We are happy very pleased to host them in Festive 2020.

Nupur & Shilpa
Pictures: Courtesy Midori
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