The House of Nivedita

is more than the sum of its parts, but the culmination of the engagement of every touchpoint: From the precision handcrafting of the artisans to the sustainable fair trade design and manufacturing processes, all our stakeholders have a tangible stake in what we do. We pride ourselves in ensuring that from the sourcing of our garment materials to the process of their design, and the initiatives they culminate into translates to a mantle of dignified contentment spurring all who wear our products to feel like the best versions of themselves.

Sustainability and Fair Trade Practices

The House of Nivedita took its first step towards adaptive clothing to allow the specially-abled to dress with efficiency and dignity. Nivedita along with Ekansh, in an initiative called ‘AD-DRESS NOW’ is working towards making fashion more inclusive and working to bring about a policy change. We aim to use fashion as a platform to bring about a confluence of art and science to create solutions that empower people. Together with Ekansh, we have introduced ‘Adaptive and Inclusive Fashion’ as a subject in the curriculum of 50 fashion colleges till date.

Inclusive Fashion

The House of Nivedita took its first step towards adaptive clothing to allow the specially-abled to dress with efficiency and dignity. Nivedita along with Ekansh, in an initiative called ‘AD-DRESS NOW’ is working towards making fashion more inclusive and working to bring about a policy change. We aim to use fashion as a platform to bring about a confluence of art and science to create solutions that empower people. Together with Ekansh, we have introduced ‘Adaptive and Inclusive Fashion’ as a subject in the curriculum of 50 fashion colleges till date.

Collaboration with Pune School for the Blind

In 2016, Nivedita gave the students of Pune School for the Blind different textures to play with. Sand, rice, coarse grain and other textured materials were given to the students, along with paints and they were told to create designs while freewheeling on canvas. Giving them a platform and a voice to express themselves, Nivedita worked with them to create designs for her collection ‘Unlearn’. A collection that then went on to showcase at The London Fashion Week, 2016.

Raising awareness about Parkinson’s

In 2016, Nivedita gave the students of Pune School for the Blind different textures to play with. Sand, rice, coarse grain and other textured materials were given to the students, along with paints and they were told to create designs while freewheeling on canvas. Giving them a platform and a voice to express themselves, Nivedita worked with them to create designs for her collection ‘Unlearn’. A collection that then went on to showcase at The London Fashion Week, 2016.

Green Fashion

At The House of Nivedita, we use sustainable solutions such as organic dyeing techniques. Our Fair Trade Practice is based on dialogue, transparency and respect, that seeks greater equality ensuring better working conditions, securing the rights of marginalised artisans, craftsman and workers. All materials used within the organisation are sourced with strict adherence to fair trade practices.

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