Lost in Samsara

Lost in Samsara began with two Italian friends who met in London. After an eye-opening trip to Nepal in 2015, Alessia and Marvi started to think about what they could do to create positive change. Realising that the system and values our society is based on have to change and that profit cannot be put before people and the planet, they began to build their own little social enterprise.


Samsara is a Sanskrit word referring to the "cycle of aimless wandering and mundane existence" we often find ourselves in. We get so caught up in our daily routines that we become blind to the harm they inherently cause. “Lost in Samsara” refers to this metaphorical blindness and it does all is possible to offer a way to jump off the hamster wheel and help empower the people who make the products we buy while preserving the environment we all live in. 










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