FDCI hosts sustainable fashion show titled ‘Earth Song’ at Bharat Tex

FDCI hosts sustainable fashion show titled ‘Earth Song’ at Bharat Tex

The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) hosted a sustainable fashion show titled ‘Earth Song’ at Bharat Tex 2024, a textile mega event organized by the Textiles Ministry in New Delhi.

This unique platform showcased India’s entire textile value chain and also highlighted strengths in fashion, traditional crafts, and sustainability initiatives.

The show was a tapestry of Indian tradition and technology attracting the best and the brightest from the textile world and a celebration of India’s upcoming designers.

Designers who showcased their sustainable fashion lines include Payal Jain, Nitin Bal, Khadiwala, Anjali Kalia, Studio Medium, Sunita Shankar, Shruti Sancheti, Anavila, Karomi Crafts, Ka-Sha, Eka, Suket Dhir, and Hemang Aggarwal.

The collection was a cohesive use of elements like earth; spice and natural dyes as also upcycled, handcrafted sustainable textiles conforming to the theme.

“FDCI was delighted to present this unique showcase with 13 well-acclaimed designers. We are thankful to the textile ministry for joining hands with us to power this memorable event,” FDCI Chairman Sunil Sethi said.

“The event aimed to exhibit the exponential growth of sustainable fashion, illustrating the evolution from conventional attire to a refreshing representation of style,” he added.

“Each designer brought a unique perspective, demonstrating the transformation journey,” Sethi stated.

Bharat Tex 2024 is one of the largest-ever global textile events to be organised in India with participation by over 3,500 exhibitors and 3,000 buyers from over 100 countries.



Indian Apparel.