Natural color washcloths rolled up on a wooden slatted board next to a starfish, and a small bottole of soap.Natural color washcloths rolled up on a wooden slatted board next to a starfish, and a small bottole of soap.

About Us

Nabrini is cotton. Crafted to perfection.

Exceptional Engineering and Design

Our in-house fabric engineer designs the perfect cotton fabric for our luxury 100% cotton towels. Grown with a fiber structure allowing for unmatched softness. This same cotton is prized by many of the world’s finest designers of apparel. We use this exceptional cotton in our towels.

Our custom fabric has unmatched absorbency and spectacular softness. We achieved a custom weave design which is partial long loop, partial short loop, and partial plush cut, which offers unparalleled perfection. 

We have a design team led by a leading couture designer. Our lead designer has a lifelong connection with fine fabrics and couture production. This design experience is now woven into the fabric of our towels. 

We don’t crank out our towels with some monster machine. Our fabric is cut, sewn, and custom stitched one at a time in the USA. You can be proud to own a towel that was made with pride by our artisan team. 

We offer a bespoke design service. Work with our desiger to create a towel uniquely yours. 

We are proud to bring to you what we feel are the most wonderful towels on Earth. We have achieved unprecedented quality. The pinnacle of everything a towel should be, NABRINI.

About Cotton

3000 B.C. to Today

The growing of cotton has been found at sites that are thousands of years old. No one knows for sure where cotton was first made into fabric. Pakistan has a history of using cotton as far back as 3,000 B.C. 

Warm climates as found in India and Uzbekistan are ideal for growing cotton. Cotton is usually planted around October and harvested around April. The cotton balls found in clusters on the plant are actually called “bolls.” These bolls are removed from the plant and cleaned using a cotton “gin.” After the ginning process the cotton is formed into bales. 

The bales of cotton are then prepared for the transformation to yarn. A cotton mill will take the cotton and make fibers by spinning the cotton tightly to form yarn. Yarn is then woven on a loom to form a fabric. 

This fabric is then cut, and sewn by our artisans in the United States. Our towel fabric has a sewn edge binding. A unique stitching is then added over the binding. Finally, embroidery and finishing is carefully adorned to each and every towel so that you receive an exceptional towel made with pride, and care.