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Why Sustainability should not be a trend?

Being a mom my passion to give everything pure to my son was the actual start for me to find solutions on organic food.  Designer in me thought why “Organic” should be limited to food where apparels are intimate part of our lives too.             Upcycling is my interest as my love for clothing never really allowed me to waste fabric. I started believing in Sustainability when I met Guardians of weaves and crafts – The Karigars of India. They inherited the skills through generations. Some of them worked on craft for seven generations and had to quit a year ago to sustain their family. I was left speechless as I knew that fast and...

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Satva - The Making

  “Satva”, promises you to take back to the crafts which roots back to 4000 years and still it sustain an ecosystem of entire rural village of Gujrat. It is made by skilled artisans, who are practicing this crafts from 7 generations. Each piece has been designed carefully with all natural ingredients, right from its fabric. We have used Kala Cotton, which is grown in drought prone area of Kutch, with very less use of water and no pesticides, the whole processing of this cotton right from picking balls, ginning, spinning etc is done by rural women of Kutch. It’s woven by weavers in same vincity. The fabric we have used is not even gone under bleaching process making it...

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