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Fashion, once solely the realm of creativity and style, is now embracing technology like never before. The fusion of fashion and technology has unlocked a new era of innovation, redefining the way garments are designed, produced, and consumed. From AI-driven production lines to blockchain-enabled supply chains, here’s a closer look at 10 cutting-edge fashion technologies

Crafting Fashion

The vibrant tapestry of Indian handloom weaves has adorned royalty and commoners for centuries. But in a world dominated by mass-produced textiles, can this age-old tradition survive? The answer, surprisingly, is a resounding yes, and the driving force behind this resurgence is a global phenomenon – sustainability. A Legacy Woven in Every Thread India’s handloom


Fine Organic Muslin Saree handwoven by the artisans from West Bengal. This muslin Jamdani is of a 6.5-meter long fabric having a width of 46 inches. You can drape this fabric as a saree or you may hire a tailor and make dresses out of it. Why is it called organic fabric ? Made of


*Look closely at the weaves of the handloom. Handloom weaves will definitely have some small imperfections and discrepancies. If every square inch looks exactly the same, it is unlikely to be authentic handloom. * A hand crafted product will always be special because every piece is ‘one of a kind’ – whether a beautiful painting,


Being part of India’s legacy and timeless traditions, handloom weaving has sustained and grown over the years by transfer of skills from one generation to another. Handloom weaving is largely decentralized, and weaving families are mainly from the vulnerable and weaker sections of society, who weave for their household needs and also contribute to the


Uzramma and Suraiya Hasan Bose, the grand old ladies of Indian heritage weaves, believe the future is handloom The Indian sari trended once again during the Dussehra weekend when, during the online promotions of his new movie Laxmmi Bomb, Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar urged that “everyone should try to wear a saree at least once”. While


Mahatma Gandhi emphasized on the use of Khadi and later Khadi Village industry was started on his name. However, gradually people started loosing interest in Khadi but in the last few years people have started showing interest in Khadi products again. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also talked about Khadi in his `Mann ki Baat` program.


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