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Style Trends

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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April 16, 2020

Blogger Rhea Mitra-Dalal’s Sartorial Flavours

Photographed by Nishanth Radhakrishnan. Styled by Akanksha Pandey. Hair and make-up: Guia Bianchi at Anima Creative Management

Natural and fuss-free with a kick, best describes both Rhea Mitra-Dalal’s sartorial and savoury picks. Verve serves up some striking silhouettes – tent, trapeze, the kaftan shape, straight and bat sleeves – as the blogger and caterer reveals the philosophy behind how she eats, dresses and lives
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