Aarushi Kilawat is a fashion graduate from Pearl Academy and hold a short specialisation in Print textile and Fashion Styling from Trent University in Nottingham. A solo traveller, an artist at heart and has also been working as a social activist for the last 5 years. She belives in creating lost lasting pieces of clothing that can be transferred from one generation to the next. For her, the idea of sustainable fashion comes from a feeling where a piece of clothing lives a journey and can be transferred from one generation to another. With long lasting designs as her goal, she intergrates luxurious handwoven fabric with introcate mughal embroidery with modern silhouettes.
All steps involved in creating the final product are done by hand. Utilising skills of artisans involved, makes each piece, one of a kind.
From seed to stitch, products that can be traced down to the source of the raw materials, at every step in the supply chain.
Improving livelihoods of marginalised communities who have suffered the most with the advent of fast fashion, either through artisanal collaborations or simply giving enough back.