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Vogue Fashion Speaks to Anavila Misra

Vogue Fashion Speaks to Anavila Misra

Posted by : Mary Wutz   /  

Vogue fashion sits down with designer Anavila Misra to discuss how she's changing the industry.

Designer Anavila Misra speaks to Vogue about the "thread of consciousness" in her clothing line and how collaboration in fashion has become a radical act.

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Misra says in a Q&A:

When did you decide to only focus on handmade fabrics?
When I saw the hard work of the weavers going to waste, I made a decision to collaborate with them and create an ecosystem in the craft clusters. I want to increasingly bring crafts to the centre of the fashion scene.

What would you like to see changed or encouraged in the relationship between mainstream fashion and artisanal involvement?
Any relationship flourishes whenever it is collaborative. I would like to see bustling clusters with Weavers’ Service Centres that host forecast seminars for the weavers; designer participation, where trend mood boards and inspirations are shared; and, eventually, design interventions. Design students could align themselves with certain weavers and their research work based on the potentials and loopholes of collaborative work. My dream is to create dynamic clusters.

Read the full Q&A on Vogue.

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Vogue Fashion Speaks to Anavila Misra

In the Q&A you will find that Vogue fashion is interested in the sustainability of clothing. Designer Anavila Misra seeks to create a harmonious balance between Weavers and the industry.

It's no secret that the labor force in the fashion industry is generally in very poor working environments. She wishes to change that just like we do.

She goes on to talk about how she wants to see collaboration on a level that benefits everyone. This is a beautiful thing to hear because we should always be striving to create a win-win scenario.

Her collection is absolutely stunning. The fact that it is one hundred per cent handwoven is even more beautiful. she is doing her part to change the industry.

One piece of clothing at a time

What do you think of her clothing line? Let us know in the comments 

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1 comment

  • sonal jain

    I think it’s a good move. It gives an opportunity to those weavers to showcase their talent. Even we have famous clothing from famous designer Anita Dongre, Masaba, Shantanu and Nikhil , having the same approach toward fashion