RaasLeela - Showcase and Workshop

11:00 AM - 06:00 PM

The Project Cafe, Yellow house no 7, Near Polytechnic college, Ahmedabad, India 380015

22nd & 23rd July, 11 am – 6 pm | Exhibition and Sale
23rd July, 3 pm – 6 pm | Workshop (inclusive of the material)

Fees for workshop.

– Aari Embroidery – INR 350
– Aahir embroidery – INR 350
– Tassel making – INR 350
– More than 2 workshops – INR 300 per workshop

Limited seats available.
Register at the café in modes of cash, card or PayTM.

2017-07-22 11:00:00 2017-07-23 18:00:00 Asia/Kolkata RaasLeela - Showcase and Workshop

The fashion industry is the most water polluting industry, second to oil. Based in Ahmedabad, RaasLeela is promoting hand-stitched garments made from Kora (greige) fabric which are dye-free as well as bleach free. This is to encourage conscious consumerism and to reduce their total carbon footprint on the planet.

Apart from that, RaasLeela is also promoting capsule clothing as it strongly abides by the ‘Less is more’ concept. It consciously makes garments which have classic cuts and never go out of fashion. This not only helps them to make use of the optimum resources but also makes the consumer environmentally conscious. The brand also focuses on the artisan’s revenue generation by maximizing their hand-skills so that they receive the maximum pay possible.

The Project Café collaborates with RaasLeela to showcase a collection of handcrafted clothing along with hands on experience to indulge with a traditional craft of Gujarat.

Source: Facebook

The Project Cafe, Yellow house no 7, Near Polytechnic college, Ahmedabad, India 380015

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The fashion industry is the most water polluting industry, second to oil. Based in Ahmedabad, RaasLeela is promoting hand-stitched garments made from Kora (greige) fabric which are dye-free as well as bleach free. This is to encourage conscious consumerism and to reduce their total carbon footprint on the planet.

Apart from that, RaasLeela is also promoting capsule clothing as it strongly abides by the ‘Less is more’ concept. It consciously makes garments which have classic cuts and never go out of fashion. This not only helps them to make use of the optimum resources but also makes the consumer environmentally conscious. The brand also focuses on the artisan’s revenue generation by maximizing their hand-skills so that they receive the maximum pay possible.

The Project Café collaborates with RaasLeela to showcase a collection of handcrafted clothing along with hands on experience to indulge with a traditional craft of Gujarat.

Source: Facebook

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