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At Angel Chang, we know you want to embrace a new era of change but may be feeling anxious about the future. We believe you long to escape from the stresses of pandemic life without compromising exquisite taste or effortless style.


We understand you want your clothing to feel as transcendent as clouds above a mountain, that’s why we’ve spent 9 years developing handmade clothing with indigenous tribes in the mountains using ancient techniques that follow the cycles of nature.


Shop the collection now, so you can step out of the unknown and into the world with strength and courage.

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In the remote mountain villages of Guizhou province, rural China, ethnic minority tribes continue to practice ancient fabric-making techniques going back 2,000 years.

We help keep their indigenous knowledge alive in a country where they are often marginalized and do not have a voice.


We follow ancient technology and return to clothing as it was made up until 150 years ago: entirely by hand. No electricity used. 

Each limited-edition piece takes six months to produce. During this time, native cotton seed is organically grown, hand-spun into yarn, handwoven into fabric, dyed using wild plants, and hand-sewn into clothing -- all within a 30-mile radius. 


By following traditional techniques, we do not use electricity, chemicals, or fossil fuels. 

Our collection is made from just three ingredients: sun, plants, and mountain water. 

Wearing it is like being wrapped in nature all day long.


We create clothing that nourishes your soul, lovingly hand-made by grandmothers living one with nature. 

Breathable natural fibers are left in their pure state so you feel calm, grounded, and connected to the earth. With mind and body at ease, your vibrational energy stays lifted throughout the day.  


  • Southwest China

    Produced seed-to-button within a 30-mile radius in the mountains of Guizhou province 

  • Native seed cotton

    Grown using organic farming practices

    Organic cotton makes up less than 0.4% of global cotton production


  • Hand-spun yarn

    Reviving a technique at-risk of disappearing

  • Medicinal plant dyes

    Indigo leaves (Strobilanthes cusia)

    Gardenia flower (Gardenia jasminoides)

  • Handwoven fabric

    Made in village homes so mothers can take care of their children

  • Hand-sewn entirely

    Including the buttons and button-holes