The Design Village Hosts Sustainability Advocacy Show
Twenty student teams with ten mentors and senior students participated in this communication competition to raise awareness about the dark side of garment production and mindless consumption
The Design Village (TDV) bring the light to the concept of Green Fashion through the Green Carpet Event. First semester students worked with natural textile and industrial waste collected from their Industry ecosystem to create wearable statements that highlighted the urgency of the issue.
From worker rights of fast fashion employees, gender equality at production facilities, carbon emissions created by the fashion industry to textile waste causing more harm than the airplane industry.
The event is graced by jury members - Designer Malavika Singh Gupta of GOMAADS, Tanya Khanna of Design Communication firm - EPISTLE, Earth Warrior and Sustainability coach Jagriti Jagat, Head of India, Singapore, the Middle East for School of Visual Arts, New York Aditi Khurana and Harsh Punmiya, Brand Marketer of MUJI India.
Twenty student teams with ten mentors and senior students participated in this communication competition to raise awareness about the dark side of garment production and mindless consumption. Conscious Japanese minimalist brand MUJI sponsored the winning prizes of three teams to support the cause. Muji's emphasis on recycling, reducing production and packaging waste are why it collaborated with the Design Institute.
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