Wendell exhibited at Bio-Fach in Nuremberg, and this is a quote from M R Subramani's report in Business Line of February 15:'The icing on the cake came with the display of popular designer Wendell Rodricks' Eco Goa Collection. The uniqueness of the display was that the fabrics on display were made of Malkha cotton. Most of the fabric and dyes are made of natural leaves, fruit skins, flowers and tree bark.
Bowled over by the response from those who had gathered, Rodricks said that the cotton is spun into threads in the cotton fields and not baled for spinning by mills as is done for regular cotton.'
Of course it is the dyes and not the fabric that is made from 'natural leaves, fruit skins, flowers and tree bark'