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Mansi Bhatia

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.

Published on 11th June 2021

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 

Published on 4th June 2021
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Harago's Harsh Agarwal breaks down the priorities of upcycling 

Have you explored Harago, yet?

Published on 14th May 2021

Designer Neha Kabra's eco-friendly label Maati's latest summer edit is made with upcycled yarn

With an eco-friendly policy tightly in place, Maati’s latest edit Leftovers is all about responsible fashion

Published on 14th May 2021
Emma Corrin Sports A Hand-Embellished

Miu Miu and Levi's release limited-edition upcycled denim edit

The vintage line already has a lot of takers

Published on 5th May 2021
Women artisans at Wellpaper Auroville

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

Published on 8th March 2021
Six fashion designers from Hyderabad opt for eco-friendly fabrics

Style check: Six fashion designers from Hyderabad opt for eco-friendly fabrics

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

Published on 6th November 2020
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Jayati

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.

Published on 20th April 2020
Krishnamani

Wedding drapes find a new lease of life in Krishnamani’s latest collection

As the label’s first collection that actively incorporates the ideas of sustainability, the underlying theme for the line is ‘wedding silks’

Published on 20th March 2020

Fashion special: Lakme Gen Next designer Chandrima Agnihotri debuts with a stunning glocal edit

Chandrima Agnihotri, who is all set to debut her collection at LFW S/R 2020, plays up the idea of indigenous hand embroidery on Western silhouettes

Published on 24th January 2020
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Bombay Trooper’s latest collection converts upcycled Army tents into chic travel accessories  

As to preserve the story behind each piece, the fabrics retain their original camouflage shades of green, brown and grey and bear distinct weathering marks from their previous use

Published on 6th December 2019
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Check out Mallika Reddy’s range of sustainable totes and duffel bags made from industrial waste

We first came across her new collection at the Slow Fashion Collective, an exhibition held in the city recently. 

Published on 15th November 2019
Notebooks at Tilonia Bazaar

Find everything from jholas to boxes made out of iPad covers at the Tilonia Bazaar, a two-day pop-up

The pop-up will also have a quaint collection of souvenirs collected by the curator over his travels around the world 

Published on 31st May 2019
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Malvika Vaswani pushes the boundaries of sustainability with her new collection, Sisho

Armed with beetroot juice as the make-up for models and cotton dyed with food and floral waste as the apparel, each of the images of the look book was created using natural light

Published on 31st May 2019

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