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The key factor is creative vision when it comes to reusing materials for high-street fashion
Part of the India chapter of Fashion Revolution Global, the year-old Chennai-based brand is also part of a larger group of brands prioritising ethical fashion on social media
Why waste? Sustainable fashion festival Project Upcycle by e-portal Desically Ethnic offers prêt and accessories crafted from recycled weaves
These women are making a strong case for eco-conscious living with soaps, upcycled products and home linen
Meets the founders of Common Oxen, Olie and Rimagined
A result of finely balanced-equations from both mathematics and masonry, each of this 38-year-old’s toys take up to three days to complete.
With designs for both men and women, Nidhi’s line of upcycled accessories includes colourful handcrafted finger rings, pendants, and bracelets.
Studio Auroville to teach how to reuse merchandise
City chef will show how to stop the wastage and reuse the leftover food
Review: Check out Sarvada by Three and Five Clothing that fuses traditional textiles with modern cuts
The gota embroidery and mirror work on fabrics like brocade, Kota silk and Chanderi jacquard give these outfits a vintage edge
At the Purple Turtles in Chennai, you can find a wide array of products similar to the product range in Bengaluru
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
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
We first came across her new collection at the Slow Fashion Collective, an exhibition held in the city recently.
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
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
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