For the young adults and working women, this collection has simple yet unique silhouettes, putting together pleats, collars and tie-ups. The fabrics used in this range of tops are mostly 100% cotton, and few made from Khadi Jamdani. The cotton ones have a handwoven temple border, a traditional weaving design from South India. This is a result of revival project of a lost weaving tradition in certain communities in South India.
A holistic blend of organic cotton and the curative powers of curative Ayurvedic herbs - Tulsi, Sandal and Neem. These herbs not only give the fabric its medicinal benefit, but also their distinctive colours! Wearing these garments is a therapeutic experience for your skin.
Handmade to be versatile and timeless, this black and white collection comes in Khadi Jamdani, organic cotton, handwoven Ikat and Khadi
Indigo at Upasana is a medium of joy, creativity and sustainability for the planet, people and its bodies. We have drawn the power of Indigo to build a classic collection using Khadi and organic Cotton, combining it with traditional crafts as Kalamkari, hand-block printing and Shibori.
Indian poetry written in stunning brush and pen strokes, hand-block printed and screen printed on apparels and accessories to give an interesting twist to the outfits.
Artwear is drawn from the concept of “Wearable Art”. Each style is a unique composition of fabrics of elegant symmetric and geometric patterns. Upasana makes fashion a zero waste space. Fabric scraps are upcycled to inspire a sense of responsibility at large. Here, we break out of the conventional norms of clothing.
Upasana brings together a collection of royalty, grace and elegance through the threads of traditions. The Conscious Luxury range at Upasana adds sustainability to grandeur. “Beauty beyond vanity”
Upasana - The Conscious Fashion Hub is a platform to open discussions and answer questions to tackle present day social issues such as farmer suicides in India, plastic pollution, fashion waste production, women empowerment and employment, craft empowerment and many more. The Conscious Fashion Hub is based on principles of ethical business, slow fashion, fashion revolution, fair trade and community empowerment.
We aim to bring together textile and fashion enthusiasts, students, artists, designers, social workers, farmers, businessmen, environmentalists and everyone in interest in the country’s future to discuss, brainstorm and practice sustainability in fashion, thereby changing the impact of the fashion industry into a positive one.
Here is a short film documenting the ‘Desi Cotton Workshop’ that was organised by Upasana in the summer of 2017, to educate and understand the scenario of today’s cotton farming industry.Know More