Dia Mirza Instagram - My kind of #MondayBlues 🌏 Theia @theiatekchandaney chose a @makutextiles #saree for me to wear at the @unitednations #ClimateSummit. #ClimateAction requires us to understand that we need to draw our awareness to our consumption patterns. I have been seeking meaning over material. When it’s a matter of doing what is fair and just by the planet, choose a narrative that celebrates the human story of fair working conditions, of craft, of heritage and textiles, dyes that is natural. That to me is sustainable fashion. This particular saree is natural indigo dyed and been woven in the villages of Bengal in India. It has also been inspired and based on the age old craft practices from the region, keeping in mind it’s identity. This saree is called ‘Juhi’ which means white jasmine flowers which grow quietly in the autumn evening in Bengal. The fashion industry is a bigger environmental polluter than the aviation industry. It is time now for the #fashionindustry to #ActNow for #PlanetAndPeople. Support #sustainablefashion. Seek out the story behind the garment 🌳💧🐯#GlobalGoals #SDGs United Nations
My kind of #MondayBlues 🌏 Theia @theiatekchandaney chose a @makutextiles #saree for me to wear at the @unitednations #ClimateSummit. #ClimateAction requires us to understand that we need to draw our awareness to our consumption patterns. I have been seeking meaning over material. When it’s a matter of doing what is fair and just by the planet, choose a narrative that celebrates the human story of fair working conditions, of craft, of heritage and textiles, dyes that is natural. That to me is sustainable fashion. This particular saree is natural indigo dyed and been woven in the villages of Bengal in India. It has also been inspired and based on the age old craft practices from the region, keeping in mind it’s identity. This saree is called ‘Juhi’ which means white jasmine flowers which grow quietly in the autumn evening in Bengal. The fashion industry is a bigger environmental polluter than the aviation industry. It is time now for the #fashionindustry to #ActNow for #PlanetAndPeople. Support #sustainablefashion. Seek out the story behind the garment 🌳💧🐯#GlobalGoals #SDGs United Nations
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