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Two ventures from Delhi-NCR have found a solution to safeguard sartorial memorabilia by transforming them into memory quilts.
From sustainable brands to artisanal finds and festive edits, five pop-ups come to Chennai with curated options
With five uniquely curated pop-ups coming up in the city in the next fortnight, it deserves a fair heads up, to ensure you miss nothing
Ethnic wear label Qbik celebrates a decade of fashionable existence with a colourful festive edit, Rang
Her new collection has several designs where one can see a mix of embroidery and hand- painting, The Artisanship Denim for instance
Kavita Kajaria who is passionate about circular economy has now founded an online brand that offers stylish totes and other accessories adorned with upcycled fabric scrap and low value plastic waste
Recently, an Instagram reel where the designer showed the making of a corset top from a sari garnered over 100,000 views
Slow fashion label Em & Shi by Mansi Bhatia offers outfits with floral motifs in comfortable fabrics
The eco-friendly element comes from the fact that the collection is printed on factory leftovers.
World Environment Day: This 125-year-old Bengaluru company is weaving discarded silk saris and PET bottles into their carpets
What began as a simple idea three years ago, has steadily grown into a permanent feature in their range, changing the fabric of awareness on sustainability within the organisation and their clients
Have you explored Harago, yet?
With an eco-friendly policy tightly in place, Maati’s latest edit Leftovers is all about responsible fashion
The vintage line already has a lot of takers
These women artisans from Wellpaper Auroville make upcycled products for a living, but their survival looks difficult
Started by Danny Merguei, Wellpaper has built a community of women artisans around Auroville after the 2004 tsunami wreaked havoc
As we spoke to designers from Hyderabad, we discovered that those who have adopted the ethical norms and followed the tenets of slow fashion were doing better as the clamour for sustainable
DIY special: TikTokers have taken to quarantine crocheting to recreate Harry Styles’ craft-core cardigan
Have you checked out Harry's cardigan yet?
From natural dyes to masks from upcycled weaves, designer Jayati Goenka is taking a sustainable step forward
Also, she is working on taking stock of her existing inventory to work on upcycled outfits instead of coming up with a brand new winter collection.
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