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‘Not Made by Children’ initiative launched at fashion week

An initiative, ‘Not Made by Children’ was launched at Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week, New Delhi, March 13 to 16, 2019 by Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation to stop child labor in India’s fashion and textile industries. The foundation works to end child labor and help children in exploitative situations as well as advocating for access to proper education and healthcare. It advocates for children in terms of government policies and aims to empower children worldwide and works to end child labor and help children in exploitative situations as well as advocating for access to proper education and healthcare. The NGO works to give future generations a child-friendly world.

Fashion in India is becoming increasingly conscious of both the environment and human rights. More and more brands are also attempting to support fair labor conditions and sustainable production methods.

Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week, organized by the Fashion Design Council of India, has designers presenting their autumn/winter collections. The first day of the fashion week was dedicated to sustainable fashion. Overall, the fashion week moved away from structured, staccato ensembles meant to be worn in a formal setting to embrace a more casual, relaxed vibe, holding hands with cultures around the world.

 

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Monte Carlo continues to make a mark with its knitwear collection

Monte Carlo continues to make a mark with its knitwear collection

Continuing to make a mark in knitwear segment, lifestyle brand Monte Carlo’s Autumn/Winter 2019 collection uses high-end quality yarns and fabrics inspired by latest trends from around the world. “We... Read more

Campus Sutra targets growth through product, retail expansion

Campus Sutra targets growth through product, retail expansion

“We keep pushing the envelope and introduce newer and better version of our products every season,” notes Aditya Agarwal, Co -Founder. “This season, we are focusing on technologies like UV... Read more

Asics expanding product range and retail network

Asics expanding product range and retail network

Rajat Khurana, Managing Director-Operations, Asics feels, yoga pants and gym clothes have taken over the mainstream apparel sector and are even threatening to dethrone denim as the go-to basic. The... Read more

Reliance set to disrupt e-com in India

Reliance set to disrupt e-com in India

Reliance Retail is working on creating the world’s largest online-to-offline platform. The behemoth is well positioned to create massive disruption in the market. It has a history of launching operations... Read more

Smag introduces athleisure series, expects 40 per cent market growth

Smag introduces athleisure series, expects 40 per cent market growth

Celebrating 10th year of its establishment, Smag Retails is introducing an athleisure series in sweat shirts and knitted coats in blazer categories. “Sweat shirts and jackets are in demand,” notes... Read more

H&M India sales cross Rs 1,100 crores

H&M India sales cross Rs 1,100 crores

H&M has crossed Rs 1,100 crores in sales in India during the year ended November 2018. The Swedish fashion retailer entered India in October 2015. The company has been lucky... Read more

Numero Uno looking to create meaningful classic products

Numero Uno looking to create meaningful classic products

In its S/S ’19 collection, Numero Uno focuses on macro trends. For example, Feeling Natural, is a theme inspired by nature, with its slubby, injected textures and home -spun structures in... Read more

Myntra chalks out new strategies to drive growth

Myntra chalks out new strategies to drive growth

A lot is taking place at Myntra. Firstly, the e-commerce company plans to move out of its current Bengaluru office in the next few months. Its parent company Flipkart Group... Read more

I Wear Me nurturing organic concept through retail and product expansion

I Wear Me nurturing organic concept through retail and product expansion

“India is still warming up to the idea of organic,” says Hina Palkar, Director, I Wear Me, a premier T-shirt brand that offers 100 per cent organic cotton tees. “Although... Read more

A promising season ahead for Oner with new collections

A promising season ahead for Oner with new collections

As per Rishav Jain, Managing Director of Oner, “T-shirts are the universal choice of women across the world due to their comfort and moderate pricing.” The brands summer collection 2019-20,... Read more

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