Visual artist Sadie Williams’ eponymous label creates bold, graphic designs heavily inspired by colour, print and textile experimentation. The ‘Forbes 30 Under 30 for The Arts’ holder is inculcating a conscious shift in production— no longer presenting seasonal collections dictated by the fashion industry, she is instead weaving upcycled material seamlessly into her craft.
Founder of Aion Homes, Sonal Shroff emphasises that pieces from the brand can be styled for all destinations that we wish to visit or revisit. Deep backs and plunging necklines, high collars and balloon sleeves - there’s something for everyone (and everywhere!)
Refash brands go beyond creating upcycled products using post-production and post consumer waste by offering custom upcycling services for those who are looking to repurpose their old clothes. In case you were looking for such a service or looking to donate your old clothes - this curated guide is for you!
Punah: is a slow fashion brand founded by Aashita Jain that aims to provide an upcycling service to its' audience by giving a second life to textile waste using Indian handicraft techniques. The brand reimagines textile waste generated at all levels - be it pre-production, production, post-production or even post-consumer waste.
Beej, a lifestyle & accessories brand founded by Arundhati Kumar believes that sustainability & style must co-exist for our planet's future. Beej designs their products with new age materials that are sustainable in different forms to create timeless accessories for a better tomorrow.
Retro Upcycle is a sustainable reconstruction brand based in Pakistan that hopes to empower and uplift underprivileged women by giving them an opportunity to earn a living with the aim to give clothes a second life.
Founder, Nida Haji has always been fascinated by design, colours, diverse fabrics...