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Fashion technology graduates asked to prioritise sustainability and entrepreneurship
Nagaland governor La Ganesan urged graduates of the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Chennai to focus on building fashion startups, promoting sustainability, and inclusivity. He emphasized the growing demand for unique handwoven products both nationally and internationally, and encouraged students to incorporate their traditions into their work. Ganesan presented awards to 37 graduates for their academic performance and co-curricular contributions. NIFT-Chennai director Anitha Manohar expressed the institute’s goal of using technology to showcase Indian textiles and fabrics on a global platform.
AVP Group: Pioneering Ayurveda’s Evolution with Sustainable Wellness Solutions
The Arya Vaidya Pharmacy (Coimbatore) is a trusted provider of Ayurvedic treatments in India. They have recently entered the retail sector, offering a range of wellness products that cater to various health needs. The products are formulated with homegrown botanical ingredients and reflect the company’s commitment to its Ayurvedic heritage. The AVP Group aims to make its products accessible through online platforms and addresses the growing demand for natural remedies and sustainability in healthcare. This approach sets them apart as a forward-thinking and socially responsible entity in the Ayurvedic industry.
How to ditch fast fashion and embrace sustainable style
Fast fashion, characterized by cheap and low-quality clothing, has detrimental environmental and social impacts. The industry is responsible for significant greenhouse gas emissions, wastewater, and textile waste. To reduce contribution to fast fashion, individuals can buy less and invest in quality, sustainable pieces. Shopping secondhand and vintage is another option, as it reduces waste and offers unique styles. Repairing, reusing, and recycling old clothes can extend their lifespan. By embracing sustainable fashion, individuals can support ethical brands and have a more meaningful relationship with their clothes.