India 30 November 2016: The festive season is around the corner, Bhu:sattva brings some innovative and out of the box DIY ideas. It will help you to look your best this festive season.
What you need
Using the pillars, first trim down the neckpiece according to you need
Paste the trimmed neck-piece to the scarf
Wait to dry
Tie it to your neck and get Rihanna inspired look for your next outings
What you need
1) White Shirt
2) Embroidery belts
Using the pillars, first trim down the belt as per the collar size of shirt
Paste the trimmed belt on the collar, trim it if necessary
Wait to dry
Team up with your favorite boyfriend jeans and look like the next pop sensation of the city
Director and Founder – Bhu: sattva
An enigmatic genius and originator of the brand Bhu: sattva is a new breed visionary with completely different scheme of things in mind. He has redefined the boundaries of business and achieved profundity on the turf of organic fashion and organic agro industry within a short span of 5 years. Varied expertise in all spheres of management has helped him to steer away business dilemmas & challenges with ease.
As the pillars are laid down for building a sacred temple likewise, the pillars of the brand bhu:sattva are laid down by Mr. Kumarpal. These pillars are based on strong ethos of sustainable living promoted by the organic fabrics and herbal dyes, social empowerment promoted by projects, revival of ancient and languishing art forms promoted by bringing artisans & craftsmen to national and international platforms.
Incessant attempt is made by him under the umbrella of 'bhu:sattva' to weave the fast depleting ancient & languishing art forms by using traditional methods on organic fabrics in creating designer wear of current trends which will help protect such art forms from getting lost in the world of modernity and artificiality.He has been working with artisans and designers of different genres towards amalgamating the local indigenous craft and international fashion trends. Styling and surface ornamentation are his area of interest and he has worked comprehensively on various theme based collections. He manages to create magic by striking a perfect balance between western influences and Indian sensibilities.
His involvement in various facets of the designing of the collection such as conceptualization of the theme, execution of the concept, styling and other facets ensues into an exceptional output using minimal resources.
Mr. Kumarpal has been instrumental in initiating a one-of-its kind project "Khadi Art"- Ahimsa through Art. It is an artistic creation based on the use of "Aatia," a roll of hand spun yarn. He is extremely passionate about supporting the organic movement thereby helping to breathe life back into the land. His vision to create a better tomorrow is to switch to organic practices which will recreate an environment that is hospitable to nature.
Apart from interest in fashion, he is an avid reader of non-fictional and inspirational books. He loves listening to music and has an exhaustive unpublished collection of some of the rare musical pieces of the musical maestros which are also some of their best works so far. Being an ardent art collector, he has collected breathtaking artifacts from all over India and global jaunt.
"Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution." and so evolved Bhu:sattva, an Organic, Ethical, Fair Trade Concept! Back in 2009, when there were few organic players in the industry who although followed the 'organic' trend but the use of toxic, artificial dyestuff on their clothing didn't really help to strengthen the Organic, Sustainable Fashion.
Bhu:sattva is a brand which has "started green" instead of "going green". The idea was to inculcate ethics and sustainability in the entire supply chain and thus come up with a Fair Trade Concept! Talking about supply chain, the core designing team & artisans, working together from the same platform, is the reason behind a strong backward integration of Bhu:sattva Fashion House. Also, in Organic clothing industry, the preamble of organic farming has been aimed at conservation and optimized utilization of all natural resources. Takers of organic cotton are very few and the farmers have to bear the brunt of this.
Moreover, Bhu:sattva offers classic clothing that is eco-friendly and last longer. The brand strongly avoids fast fashion which represents the mass market where goods are sold at throw away prices. When you buy cheap outfits know that the hands instrumental in creating them are being paid much less than they deserve. Direct purchase by Bhu:sattva encourages farmers to cultivate organic cotton and also provide them a livelihood they deserve. Bhu:sattva also promotes the use of herbs with renowned medicinal properties, for coloring its garments. These natural colors help in rejuvenating the skin of the user rather than causing any harm unlike artificial colors. They strives to revive the famous art forms of various regions of India. It's not only a way of giving our customers the best, but also an attempt to give the makers what they deserve—economic and social upliftment. Bhu:sattva brings these art forms to international platform by blending them with contemporary fashion .
Bhu:sattva is a popular Indian brand of organic clothing infused with natures serenity and mystique. Bhu:sattva believes in conserving the beauty of nature. Bhu:sattva is a Gujarat based organic clothing brand that makes use of fabric featuring natural fibers in order to exude a calm aura that soothes the senses. A completely natural and Organic clothing, Bhu:sattva is for those who desire to get attuned to natures mystical forces. The comfort that these organic outfits offer makes them great as prêt wear. Alternatively, they are quite a perfect luxury, couture clothing as well which leaves lasting impressions. With flowy and feminine silhouettes coupled with soft color palette, the collection of ensembles is truly elegance personified.
Organic is in vogue today because of its eco- friendly approach towards our society and has blended with our current trends in fashion and living completely. Eco-friendly products are fast gaining prominence around the world. Organic fashion is the buzzword and though the term might be new for many in India, the concept of using organic materials isn't new. And now, thanks to the global fashion movement of going green, the Indian textile industry is considering marketing these fabrics globally.
It is the latest trend right now, organic clothing! In other words, it's a global fashion. Bhu:sattva is slowly but surely attempting at changing the way people look at the closest thing to us!