about us

Taking Indian made apparel to the world for 40 years.

Gokaldas Images was founded in 1979. We are one of India’s most diverse apparel companies, operating under three business clusters- Knits, Outerwear, and Tailored clothing.

Our continued commitment to innovation and R&D has made us a pioneer in the apparel industry. We were the first Indian company to create market-leading, homegrown brands such as Weekender and Enamor that rivalled global brands on design and quality.

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Business Milestones

since year 2000

Gokaldas Images USA Inc

The company operates a sales, marketing, and replenishment subsidiary in New York City to establish deeper relationships with US-based customers.

We offer you specialized services such as landed duty paid product, quicker response times and meeting your product development and replenishment requirements.

Tel: +1 212 730 3950
Email: support@gokaldasusa.com

Monthly Production Capacity

Inner wear

1 Million

Athletic wear


suits & blazers


outer wear



Cleaner, greener supply chain

Gokaldas Images is committed to reducing the environmental impact of apparel manufacturing. We focus on greener manufacturing by adopting energy-efficient practices, water conservation measures, and the use of renewable energy sources. We also conduct life cycle analyses to assess the environmental impact of our customer’s products and offer eco-friendlier options in fiber, dyeing and packaging. Gokaldas Images strives to create a more sustainable future for the clothing industry through environmentally accountable practices. 



First Indian apparel company to provide universal Health insurance to all employees with an In house team of doctors, nurses, and welfare officers.


GI facilities are SMETA-rated (SEDEX Members Ethical Trade Audit), the audit assesses us on multiple business standards including health and safety, environment, and business ethics.


First Indian apparel company to provide universal Child Care - Each GI factory offers a daycare center with trained caretakers for children up to 6 years of age along with a nutrition program.


The Women's Supervisory Training Program aims to empower shop floor women employees with strong leadership skills, providing them with a clear trajectory to progress into supervisory and management positions.


The company prioritizes employing local residents who commute from their homes, ensuring family care, over vulnerable migrants in dormitories.


The majority of the shareholding and 80% of employment in the company is held by women.


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