Conditioned to material excess and a never-ending dependence on conventional production and value systems, the fashion industry necessitates change. At Rise Worldwide’s Impact Hub, an art gallery-inspired space backed by The Woolmark Company at the recently held FDCI x Lakmé Fashion Week, the following brands exhibited ground-breaking innovations — Relove by Kirti Poonia and Prateek Gupte, Craste by Himansha and Shubham Singh, Humanity Centred Designs by Vishal Tolambia, Priya Krishnamoorthy’s 200 Million Artisans and Phool by Ankit Agarwal
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