Raasleela, a brand that proudly wears the badge of slow fashion, takes one back to the yesteryears – a time when one solely wore hand sewn garments, repeated them often, mended them when need be, and bought rarely but wisely. Today, Raasleela offers one hundred percent hand stitched products across the apparel, accessories and home furnishings categories. A brand that emphasizes the need to choose consciously made timeless products that can be one’s companions for years to come.
About the Brand:
Biji Biji Ethical Fashion is the brainchild of Biji Biji Initiative, a pioneering social enterprise in Malaysia. They create beautiful, functional and timeless handmade fashion accessories using unique materials which are barely experimented with in the fashion world.
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.
Soumya Annapurna Kalluri launched Dwij with a vision to give a new life to old, discarded denim fabrics. They create multi purpose bags, satchels, tote bags and accessories from post consumer and post industrial garment waste that would otherwise end up on the landfill. The brand has upcycled more than 3500 pair of jeans & 500 metres of discarded denim since its' inception.
Zero Waste Daniel was founded by New Yorker, Daniel Silverstein, as a brand that creates zero waste genderless basics out of the post industrial waste collected from New York's fashion houses. His love affair with discarded materials started early on in his childhood, leading him to create a one-of-a-kind brand that is paving the way for a circular economy.
Good Stuff New York is a month long pop up retail experience that exhibits brands and products that are "good", along with hosting workshops that teach repair, mending, upcycling and creative reuse skills. It aims to help consumers rethink their relationship with their "stuff" and encourage conversations around conscious consumption.