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6 Bags That Can Fit Your Day
Ditch the nasty plastic-bag for our selection of upycled totes. This #PlasticFreeJuly, pledge to do better, feel better and look better. Pick from one-of-a-kind bags to complement every shade of your style, all through the week.
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Sadie Williams, Art at Heart
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.
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Fast Fashion Alternatives

You think sustainable fashion is expensive, don't you? The good news is, that's not always true.

We did a fashion and lifestyle rendition of conscious swaps that showcase similar trends, styles and price points to fast fashion picks, but as opposed to their mass made counterparts, the Refash pieces are ethically made, fully upcycled and better for your skin, conscience and the planet! 

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Aion Homes: Wabi-sabi and Wonderful White

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!)

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Lukka Chuppi - Creating collapsible & detachable lifestyle accessories
Self-Assembly, zero-waste, upcycled and handcrafted are a few words that define Ishani Kanani's brainchild, Lukka Chuppi. The brand creates quirky, collapsible and detachable lifestyle products that are made from leftover fabric, wood and non animal based materials. The products are multi-occasional that can change in an instant to suit different events.
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Punah: - An upcycling initiative creating bespoke denim pieces

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. 

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