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Indian Designer Shines At The 10TH Edition Of Fashion Community Week, San Francisco, California By Promoting Sustainable Fashion !

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“In order to move past fast fashion and embrace  sustainable fashion, we all have to be aware about the impact of fast fashion”says Pubali Sen.

Indian Fashion designer Pubali Sen showcased her spring collection in the 10th edition of the fashion community week held in San Francisco, California held from 5th march to 8th march. The designer intrigued everybody not only with her collection but also with her philosophy – Her Pledge To Sustainability. The week was filled with gargantuan of talent, awe-inspiring collections and was all shades of class and vibrance.

Pubali launched her Kites & Polkas collection made from Organic Cotton, Khadi and Chanderi Fabric emanating style and comfort.

Talking about the same Pubali Sen said, “My label- The Woven Threads has emphasized on the need to relinquish the cavalier attitude towards nature without losing out on style. We use high quality, natural raw materials and organic processes to create soft, breathable handwoven fabrics”.

She further added, “In order to move past fast fashion and embrace  sustainable fashion, we all have to be aware about the impact of fast fashion. The so called Fast fashion is destroying our environment.  In fact, fashion industry is the second largest polluter in the world, just after the oil industry. So its time to take action before its too late. Through The Woven Threads we takes the responsibility of sustaining green fashion with minimal/no impact on the environment. We will also contribute to Mother Nature by planting one tree on the sale of every item”.

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ABOUT THE WOVEN THREADS AND FOUNDER PUBALI SEN:

Born and brought up in Jamshedpur, Pubali, an engineer who loves to describe herself as a tech-enthusiast and being innate with a philosophical bent of mind lead her to this unprecedented path of sustainability. Growing up they owned a clothing store and that is how fashion paved it’s way to her heart. Since college Pubali wore dresses designer by her own, she recalls, back in the day, mostly her mom’s sarees were her go-to fabric for her fashion experiments.

 A philanthropist in the truest of sense, Pubali Sen’s collection is all about sustainable fashion and she aims to spread awareness among fashion enthusiasts about how catastrophic fast fashion is for our mother earth. She wishes to promote slow fashion with style, natural fabrics and artisanal techniques. While a lot of people want to switch to slow fashion, they’re sceptical about the style quotient.  Her collection has proved that you don’t have to lose out on style while choosing the sustainable route. The Woven Threads combines the passion for handmade with an attentive use of materials, Indian art forms and natural fabrics. The collection weaves the needs of everyday life through a unique sense of beauty, fabric and form. Handcrafted from scratch, each garment is a result of endless days of hard work that a team of weavers, dyers, craftsmen, and tailors put in for one finished product.

Pubali Sen with her label has emphasized on the need to relinquish the cavalier attitude towards nature. Studies show that second to oil, the clothing and textile industry is the largest polluter in the worldUnited Nations Climate Change News states, The fashion industry contributes 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions due to its long supply chains and energy intensive production. The Woven Threads” takes the responsibility of sustaining green fashion with minimal/no impact on the environment. However, it is unfettered to just using environment friendly materials. It is true that sometimes the smallest drops make the biggest ripples, with this philosophy in mind, the woven threads plant a tree for every item they sell. It’s true that everybody wants to change the world but nobody wants to change themselves for the world, choosing sustainable fashion is the simplest thing everybody can adapt to save the world.

Her collection was recently spotted on celebrities like Ahana Kumra featured by Miss Malini proving that slow fashion is the next big thing in fashion.

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