India’s flourishing textile industry not only contributes a major share to the pollution plaguing our nation but armed with its artificial machinery, it has also taken away the survival means of thousands of women artisans. With the mission to find a solution, Gujarat-born Hetal Shrivastav laid down the foundation of RasLeela textiles in 2012, with the values she grew up learning at its core- to value traditions and to minimize waste by upcycling.
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Known for its timeless yet contemporary designs, RaasLeela sticks by its motto of producing zero waste during the production of its 100% hand-stitched garments by an all-women team of artisans. They are not only reducing their carbon footprint by cutting off machine-stitching and upcycling fabric remnants but also ensuring that women get the recognition and career boost they deserve.
From shirts, tops, dresses, blouses to bags and cushion covers, enter RaasLeela to find eco-friendly products that never go out of fashion.
They have stockists in several cities, check this out for locations: www.facebook.com/pg/RaasLeelaTextile/about