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Resham Karmchandani

Anamika Vanpariya, biodegradable fabrics, fabric scraps, Fashion, Featured, gender-fluid brands, greenwashing, Hetal Shrivastav, mass-produce, Purnima Jain, Raasleela textile, Resham Karmchandani, sampling waste, Sanya Suri, Sayesha Sachdev, second-hand textiles, Style Trends, sustainable fashion practices, textile waste, Upcycling, zero-waste practices

Natural Curiosity

Text by Shweta Navandar

A surge in interest around sustainable ready-to-wear has resulted in an exponentially growing number of fashion initiatives. Verve looks into four brands — Slow, RaasLeela Textile, The Pot Plant and Core — that have implemented some vital practices like upcycling patchwork, managing waste generation, producing gender-fluid clothing, using plant-based textiles, and illustrates the processes that each one follows
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Abhinesh Kushwaha, Badaam, bridal lehenga, Craftsmanship, Featured, Gen-Next designers, India Couture Week, Indian couture, Made to measure, Manjushree Saikia, Ode to Odd, Online Exclusive, Priyal Mewara, Priyanka Kaul, Resham Karmchandani, Shreya Mewara, sustainable couture, The Pot Plant, Ura Maku

With India Couture Week 2019 coming to an end, 4 ‘unconventional’ couturiers share their vision of what couture could also look like.
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Designer Gaurang's collection
August 25, 2018

Highlights From Day 3 At Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2018

Text by Shubham Ladha And Sadaf Shaikh. Images by Viral Bhayani

Catch the best looks and trends straight off the runway
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Event, Fashion, Featured, Gender, Gender-Binary, Godrej India Culture Lab, Lakme Fashion Week, Non-Binary, Online Exclusive, Queer, Queer Aesthetics Now, Resham Karmchandani, Sanya Suri, Style, The Pot Plant
January 16, 2018

The charming label's installation at Queer Aesthetics Now aims to separate sexuality from fashion
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Bobo Calcutta, Ayushman Mitra, Founder
January 13, 2018

We join hands with Lakmé Fashion Week and Godrej India Culture Lab to spotlight India’s young designers who are blurring the boundaries of gender, and learn that they are questioning, recreating and producing an alternate vocabulary and imagery to make the industry more inclusive and diverse
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The Plavate, Fashion
April 11, 2017

We survey the burgeoning realm of conscientious labels that lean on the internet to promote the cause of sustainable apparel and fair practices...
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