Brands, People, Upcycle,
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Eco Brands│ How JUNK NOT! is turning trash to treasures, one plastic piece at a time!

“We only have one planet Earth and we need to protect it for our future. That is why sustainability should start at home.” A simple belief…a simple goal…a simple idea…When these three come together, the result is fairly spectacular! Let me introduce you to Wilhelmina ‘Willie’ Garcia, the Founder of Junk Not, a Philippines based furniture company that is converting plastic waste into cool furniture pieces and table accents. A graduate in Interior Design from …[Read more]

DIY, Upcycle,
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Mother’s Day DIY│#Repurpose common household items into useful gifts

DIY repurpose Crafts for Mother's Day

With Mother’s Day just a few days away, on 12th May to be precise, if your gift isn’t already ready then it’s about time you figured out Plan B. Wait! We’ve actually got Plan B in place for you. How about making some really cool DIY gifts by #repurposing common household items? It’s a win – win situation; you made a gift and it’s eco friendly too. Your mom will absolutely love it! So, Daddies …[Read more]

Sari Strategy Repurposing #01 by Sathya Bhavana, Founder of ‘Re’vastra

3R's - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

This piece comes in time to commemorate Fashion Revolution – a movement born to demand fair wages and working conditions for workers-women in particular- in the garment industry. This movement was born in the aftermath of the Rana Plaza incident in Bangladesh on April 25, 2013 where thousands of garment factory workers perished and many others were badly injured.  Namaskaram! After being a fashion writer and editor for over 15 years, and having written over …[Read more]

DIY, Kids, People, Upcycle,
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#RewearIt DARLINKS founder Priya Daniel shows you how to share your wardrobe with your mini fashionistas!

A jumpsuit with a history

As a mom to a boy, I’ve always envied my friends with daughters for only 1 reason – having fun dressing them up! While it’s great playing ‘dress up’ with these real dolls; it also means a large wardrobe of clothes, accessories and shoes which your toddler will outgrow sooner that you know it. I’m sure all toddler parents have experienced that ‘It’s been worn only once’ moment many a times and unfortunately, we still …[Read more]