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The Art Of Sustainable Fashion

Kadam Kadam Milaye Jaa..

Recycling means turning the materials from waste into something new. Making the best out of waste has been a part of human life since the early ages. It was the human creative mind that gave birth to this extraordinary idea of using unwanted material in a useful way. Be it the thermocol used inside a packing or an old tyre, each and every thing can have reuse value in this world – either as a useful raw material for a product or as a decorative item for your house.

This habit of getting the best out of waste should be instilled in kids from an early age, not only to teach them about recycling but also to encourage their creativity.

For Fashion Designer Aditi Sharma, the idea of 'Best Out Of Waste' has been an inspiration to use ‘Katran’, the waste cloth collected at every fashion designers workshop as a raw material to create clothes for fashion wear.

And not just ‘Fashion Wear’ for the rich and trendy… she teaches this skill of turning Katran, the waste cloth, to ‘Fashion Wear’ to the children of ‘Rhythm Of Life’ an NGO dedicated to help children from underprivileged backgrounds and nurture them into confident independent adults.

“Kadam Kadam Milaaye Ja” (KKMJ) is an initiative of ‘Aaina’ by Aditi to further the cause of the under-privileged children. The idea of KKMJ is to organise a series of first of its kind fashion shows to boost the morale of those sections of our society who are not financially or physically sound, by way of bringing them on the ramp to showcase their hidden talent to walk with a sense of confidence and dignity.

According to Aditi, Fashion is not meant for upper class or well-to-do section of the society only. It’s for all—and our mission is to change the thought of difference between the rich and the poor, able and disabled. To bring in harmony in their minds, it becomes our duty to encourage and train them to come up and keep stepping forward together. And this is the need of the hour.

Joining hands with KKMJ’s maiden fashion show on 23rd December are:
Aaina by Aditi—an online startup fashion brand—being the event’s fashion partner also, has designed outfits for the children of the NGO performing in the event and also guided the mothers of these kids in making the outfits ready for the show.

Rhythm of Life—an NGO, which works with and for the children from underprivileged backgrounds with the aim of nurturing them into confident independent adults.

Selfie With Daughter is a Mobile App and a worldwide movement initiated by Shri Sunil Jaglan against female and sex selection.

London School of Trends, is one of the leading fashion institutes of Delhi, and their budding designers have volunteered for backstage preparations and providing their innovative ideas for this event.

Panache Entertainment is a trusted name in the event management industry and is specialised in making the clients’ dreams, fantasies and desires into reality. The team of Panache behind the decor of the event, have added stars to the stage.

Creative Sciences is a trusted name in imparting quality education in the Architecture and Design Careers Coaching Field and is the Creativity Partner of KKMJ for this event.

Other contributors to the cause are Kkrish Photography, Perfect Packers & Movers, DLF Place and Abhinandan Events.

Invitation for:

Event : Kids Fashion Show ( kids from poorer sections of our society)
Theme: Fashion using ‘katran’ that is, waste fabric from stitching clothes.
Date: 23rd December, Sunday
Time: 3pm to 4pm
Place: DLF , Saket ( Mall )
Organiser: KKMJ - Kadam kadam milaye jaa.. venture by young designer Aditi Sharma.

The Art Of Sustainable Fashion The Art Of Sustainable Fashion Reviewed by CREATIVE WRITER on December 19, 2018 Rating: 5

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