Reframe your Vision to Balance your Mission of Sustainability!
In today's context scraps, defective, and excess textiles from large scale organic fabric production companies are wearable works of art....How?
Fashion is all the rage these days, its detrimental effects are largely overlooked, as it is not only massively polluting industry, but it is also infamous for exploitative working conditions and a negative impact on land and marine life. Thusly, eco friendly, skin friendly, and size inclusive garments by following a zero-waste policy is the new protocol of the Indian designers, who are working to bring about much needed change to the fashion industry.
Today, the whole fashion industry is following vegan principles in order to bring together Community, Impact, and Value, their design combines this very potential with the current sectors of Agriculture and Technology. With its rich cultural heritage, textile traditions, and significant role as a global resource for craftsmanship, India holds a unique position as the fashion industry shifts towards a more sustainable future.
Sustainable Fashion is a huge millennial trend. From celebrities to influencers everyone is trying to promote sustainable fashion and consequently, influence people to be environmentally conscious by buying clothes that don't harm the environment.
Many fashionist as have begun to focus on clothing as a medium for storytelling to celebrate multilayered cultures and ever-changing social conversations. They have been working towards cruelty-free versions and a holistic integration of sustainability right from the materials, designing, and production to distribution are guaranteed to strike a chord. The Industry has successfully transformed to sustainable and repurposed clothing line that assures 100 percent zero waste and sustainable production process. The clothes are very stylish and comfortable made out of organic material, animal friendly fabrics and excellent replacements that are both compostable and recyclable.
The Conscious Fashion Hub where designers, environmentalists, social workers, farmers and students all come together to discuss and find solutions to present day social issues. They are promoting to empower the artisans of rural India that is the livelihoods for tribal producers of silk cocoons, women yarn makers, and weavers by following a sustainable and fair business model.
Therefore, it is important to recycle to be sustainable & reform to be fashionable in order to minimize waste & maximize durability.