The British High Commission in affiliation with The Union Jack Club Charity is coming up with a sustainable vogue present on November 20. Four pioneer designers of textiles in India have come collectively to exhibit one of the best of Indian vogue by way of this showcase. Designer Madhu Jain, Sanskar By Sonam Dubal, Sunita Shanker, and Pala Designs will probably be presenting their eco-acutely aware assortment.
Designer Madhu Jain, who’s an advocate for bamboo material and has additionally been awarded the Nari Shakti Puraskar for her work with textiles within the yr 2018 shares extra about her affiliation and says, “It is important for every human being irrespective of the profession they have chosen to try to contribute towards a sustainable solution as only a tiny ripple effect can ultimately result in making a huge, huge difference. Happy to be doing my bit by creating awareness on the importance of sustainability by this collaboration with the British High Commission. We are a brand that has always taken the longer and slower path to develop designs. Our work has empowered women in rural areas with new sustainable skills. We only work with zero carbon footprint”.
A group by Madhu Jain
Jain will probably be finishing her 35 years in vogue and she or he not too long ago dressed Patricia Scotland, who’s the sixth secretary-normal of the Commonwealth of Nations, in a handwoven Ikat outfit made of pure dyes.
Secretary-general of the Commonwealth of Nations Patricia Scotland, Baroness Scotland of Asthal, in a Madhu Jain creation. She is posing alongside the designer within the image
Designer Sunita Shanker has been empowering rural artisans with her work and they’re the spine of her assortment. Sharing extra about her assortment she says, ” The assortment is modern clothes for girls that embodies the essence of Indian conventional crafts and textiles. It is a acutely aware effort by placing particular person items of clothes collectively to create a glance. Hence each single piece may be worn a number of occasions in numerous methods. In this assortment, I’ve created attention-grabbing jumpsuits, shrugs, and jackets that may be styled in a number of methods.
An outfit from Sunita Shanker
Designer Sonam Dubal will probably be presenting his fusion put on line. He believes that sustainable vogue can be glamorous and it would not need to be plain jane. “I have done a lot of patchwork and surface detailing. My style is very Indo-Asian. We have done eight pieces overall and my collection will have a glamorous take on sustainability. I believe that eco-conscious fashion is the need of the hour. Our country has a lot of creative stuff in sustainability to show to the world and this show is a small effort to showcase just that,” he says.
Model Archana Akil Kumar in Sanskar By Sonam Dubal
Suja Ayers from Pala Designs, who may even be showcasing her creation on the present feels that there ought to be 100 per cent transparency amongst model in an effort to be really sustainable. “Brands and designers need to be extra cautious while taking to route of eco-concious fashion. There should be 100 per cent transparency so that consumers know what they are buying and how has it been created,” she says.
A shibori kaftan by Pala Designs
All the proceeds from this vogue present will probably be given to the NGOs that assist Delhi’s underprivileged. Sharing extra on this, Dr Daneil Bradley, Team Leader Climate, Energy and Low Carbon Growth at British High Commission says, “The Sustainable Fashion Festival celebrates the idea that style-conscious design can take a mindful approach to people and planet. It is a pleasure to see pioneering work by extraordinary designers such as Madhu Jain, Sunita Shanker, Sonam Dubal and Suja Ayers. Who have been acting to preserve India’s heritage and support artisans’ livelihoods while reducing carbon footprint. Proceeds from the event will support NGOs that reach some of Delhi’s most vulnerable communities.”