In sequence to raise and foster tolerable development, designers Rina Dhaka, Sahil Kocchar, Samant Chauhan and Shalini James showcased their designs as partial of a Green Heart Show, during Lotus India Fashion Week 2019. The aim was to simulate their joining towards violation a parable about eco-friendly materials, and also teach users about a need for utilising tolerable materials to equivocate environmental hazards in a future.
The collection was combined regulating liquid panoply supposing by Liva, by a Aditya Birla Group.
While Rina Dhaka worked with florals, exaggeration of line and prints with confidant genealogical prints, cover necks, vast shoulders, vast sleeves and asymmetrical skirts, engineer Shalini James’s collection was desirous by Chitrakoot, a forested mountain in Madhya Pradesh. The collection featured dark, puzzling timberland colours in healthy dyes, like jackal brown, peacock blue, berry red, acai immature and moist indigo.
“The goal was to showcase a array of a collection featuring designers championing sustainability and eco-friendly conform practices. Liva has taken this step of comparing with FDCI to support obliged conform opposite a value chain,” pronounced Rajeev Gopal, Global Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Birla Cellulose on Liva’s organisation with FDCI. “With textiles consumptions augmenting by a hour and a presentation of quick fashion, a attention during vast contingency realize a need for sustainability to save a future” he serve added.
“FDCI is forging forward to take conform on a greener trail with a era of new-age eco-warriors. We trust sustainability and unwavering expenditure is a need of a hour,” says FDCI President Sunil Sethi.