Fashion For Peace

Fashion is a universal language that has the power and potential to create inclusiveness in human beings around the world. - Sadhguru
 

Fashion For Peace

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Fashion For Peace at New York Fashion Week 2019 is a collaboration between Isha Foundation and renowned leading-edge designers to promote conscious and sustainable fashion. This special event highlights Sadhguru’s initiative: promote natural textiles, revitalize the traditional crafts that are on the verge of extinction, and raise awareness about the impact of the fashion industry on health and the environment.
The exclusive looks created by each designer showcase handmade natural textiles, woven as they have been for thousands of years. Fashion For Peace celebrates the convergence of consciousness, creativity, community and commerce.
Each fabric selected for this event has been carefully curated for its uniqueness of weave, low carbon footprint and environmental sustainability. Sourced from master craftspeople and small farmers across the weaving traditions of India, these exquisite textiles reveal the remarkable depth of talent of the traditional weavers whose numbers are declining every year and whose craft is becoming rare and endangered.
 
 

Sadhguru

Sadhguru is a yogi and visionary. Named one of India’s 50 most influential people, Sadhguru’s work has touched the lives of millions worldwide through his transformational programs. Sadhguru has a unique ability to make the ancient yogic sciences relevant to contemporary minds. His approach does not ascribe to any belief system, but offers methods for self-transformation that are both proven and powerful.

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Collaborating Designers
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Norma Kamali

 
  • 2018 Norma reinstates her radio show
  • 2017 Norma launches her podcast on iTunes
  • 2016 Lifetime Achievement awarded by the CFDA
  • 2012 stopobjectification.com campaign
  • 2000 The Wellness Cafe

 

Sabyasachi Mukherjee

 
Summer of 1999, Sabyasachi Mukherjee graduated from the National Institute of Fashion Technology, India with three major awards. Four months later, Sabyasachi started his eponymous label which began with a workforce of just three persons. Over the years, he has successfully built a clothing brand which has a very strong social perspective. Quick to understand the demands of the Indian market, Sabyasachi has created a brand that has represented a comfort zone to global Indians and remained undestroyed through major socio-economical-political changes.

 

Mara Hoffman

 
Mara Hoffman founded her label in 2000 after graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York City. As President and Creative Director of her privately owned company, Hoffman hopes to foster mindful consumption habits and encourages consumers to reevaluate the relationship society has with clothing. The brand’s approach centers on sustainable materials, processes, and production in order to improve and extend each garment’s life.

 

Mimi Prober

 
MIMI PROBER creates sustainable modern heirlooms through textile narratives, preservation, process, and technique.
The MIMI PROBER philosophy integrates antique materials, natural luxury fibers, and botanical earth based dye methods to create seasonless collections crafted from rare materials developed into custom textiles and organically formed fine jewelry, with an emphasis on history, process, and handcraft.