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Ekaya launches project to revive pre-owned saris

Ekaya launches project to revive pre-owned saris

The textile brand launches ‘Second Chance’, a project to encourage patrons to resell and revive their collectibles

Published on 23rd July 2022
Kim Kardashian at this year’s Met Gala wearing a historic gown custom-made for Marilyn Monroe

COVER: Sustainability; reimagine, resell, relove; fashion can be forever!

In continuation of our focus on sustainable fashion, we speak to designers across India about refurbishing couture in light of Kim Kardashian’s hotly-debated sartorial homage to Marilyn Monroe

Published on 30th June 2022
Mrinalini Shastry's designs

COVER: Hyderabadi designers chronicle a renaissance by bringing age-old crafts on looms

Championing a renaissance of sorts, Hyderabadi designers are reviving age-old local art forms by juxtaposing them with textiles. We follow their creative journey ahead

Published on 8th July 2022
ITC Grand Chola. (Photo | Special Arrangement)

World Environment Day: Hospitality that heals the planet

When it comes to hospitality, ITC hotels have recently set a new benchmark for sustainability as three of their properties have been ranked as the world’s top three LEED Zero Carbon certified hotels

Published on 6th June 2022
The Rug Republic's sustainable rugs

The Rug Republic converts discarded plastic bottles into fashionable rugs!

Delhi-based carpet manufacturer The Rug Republic puts plastic bottles to good use with its line of contemporary Indian handmade rugs

Published on 5th June 2022
Representational Image. Bamboo

House with the bamboo door…

From floors to floor coverings, tableware to toothbrushes, furniture to lighting, there’s nothing you can’t make in bamboo these days

Published on 14th February 2022
The Lotus fabric by SAND

Fashion label SAND by Shirin launches two new fabrics that are exquisitely handcrafted

There’s ‘Lotus’––a plant-based material made with the waste of a lotus. The second fabric is a twisted, thick linen which resembles the texture and weight of jute

Published on 15th May 2022
Glassware from Ellementry

Lifestyle brand Ellementry’s new glassware collection is, quite literally, functional art!

The brand’s new collection is no different—sustainable glassware that looks good and does good

Published on 8th May 2022
TrusTrace is the world’s first real-time traceability programme going at scale for two of the world’s largest brands in apparel and sporting goods

TrusTrace, a moral fashion platform, helps track the environmental damage caused by everything you buy!

Ethical consumers concerned about whether a sports bra was made by child labour, or the yarn for something came from an endangered forest, can now simply scan a QR code on their phones and find out

Published on 17th April 2022
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Global goals: Here are some tips to be a responsible, environment-conscious traveller:

Optionally, pack in a steri-pen to sterilise the water rather than buying endless mineral water bottles and contributing to waste

Published on 11th April 2022
A glimpse of Lakme Fashion Week

Fashion in the new normal; sustainability taking centre stage

Three designers who showcased on Day 2 at the FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week give us their take on how brands and consumers need to change in a post-Covid world.

Published on 25th March 2022
Luggage brand TUMI's Spring 2022 collection

Get, Set, Go: TUMI launches Spring 2022 collection

Luggage brand TUMI launches a Spring 2022 collection inspired by the idea of “connective harmony”

Published on 31st January 2022
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Designer Mithi Kalra's latest collection underscores Kutch embroidery and harps on sustainability

Made of chemical and pesticide-free organic cotton, the outfits have sensual cuts and sit easily on the skin

Published on 14th January 2022
A woman working at a sewing unit of Access Foundation, Hyderabad. Pic courtesy: Jyoti - Fair Works, Janosch Kunze

Fair and Lovely: The fabric is Indian, designs and clients, European

Jeanine Glöyer and Carolin Hofer’s Indo-German sustainable label works closely with disadvantaged women to provide a livelihood

Published on 10th January 2022
P Gopalakrishnan and Zubin Songadwala

ITC Grand Chola, Chennai, is the largest hotel in the world to achieve the LEED Zero Carbon Certification!

The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Zero Carbon certification for ITC Grand Chola and ITC Windsor is one step closer to creating a better world for all of us

Published on 17th December 2021

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