Mira Rajput in a yellow hand-embroidered dress
This 12 month is all about sustainable style, and the most recent to affix the bandwagon of moral clothes is Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor’s spouse, Mira Rajput. Selling sustainable style, Mira added a touch of sunshine to our social media feeds this weekend in an elegant yellow ensemble by Indian designer Anita Dongre.
The intense yellow gown featured hand embroidery by the lady’s artisans of SEWA. Flaunting her love for Indian craft and heirloom, Mira accessorized her thigh-high gown with a pair of gold hoop earrings and multicolored straps sandals.
Leaving her lovely locks open in a facet parting, Mira opted for delicate make-up to let the gown do the utmost speaking. She inspired within the caption, “Select India and have fun her craft.
In an Instagram submit earlier, Mira was seen sporting the identical gown as she posed alongside her mom from whom the diva had picked up her love for Indian craft. Mira wrote, “Craft is an heirloom and the craftsmen, they’re the true heirs to our nation’s custom. I grew up watching my mom cherish her wardrobe, lovely heirloom items of craft that turned extra particular with every passing 12 months (sic).”
She added, “Indian crafts have a language of their very own. It’s a bond between our previous, our current, and our future. It’s also a method to contribute to numerous artisans who’re our nation’s spine and threatened daily lives. This dialog must develop, and it may possibly solely develop if all of us come collectively to pledge our help (sic).”
Expressing her gratitude for the ladies at SEWA, Mira wrote, “We have fun the ladies of the SEWA group, whose skillful fingers embroidered the outfits from @anitadongregrassroot. @anitadongre’s ardor and drive to revive and maintain this craft alive are really commendable. #ToIndiaWithLove (sic).”
Reviving our craft traditions and sustaining rural craft communities has been on Indian designers’ agenda for a while now. Since style is generally an instrument for empowerment, the designers take inspiration from the craft and years of the previous heirloom of various Indian elements and empower conventional artisans with gainful employment.