Why Go Back to Our Roots in Quarantine?

4 April 2020: A never before seen sight, ducks spotted on a main road in Delhi amidst a nationwide lockdown.
An old picture of Shalini with her daughter (and our co-founder, Lavanya) both wearing lehengas (traditional Indian outfit) mix matched and upcycled from old sarees.
“UNLABLED” — our Design and Communications Coordinator, Muskaan, made this collection by upcycling her father, Anil Gupta’s, old shirts.

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