5 reasons to visit the Future Collective: Conscious Culture Design Fair this weekend in Delhi

If you are wondering what to do this weekend in New Delhi, we’ve got you covered. The Future Collective: Conscious Culture Design Fair will kick off this Saturday (29 February) at Bikaner House. Here’s why it is a fun place to spend your weekend:

1. It shows you the eco-friendly way to do things
The main focus of the fair is sustainability. If you want to learn how to create beautiful art from waste, watch interesting films on sustainable fashion and design, munch on organic food, the fair gives you interesting ideas to lead a more eco-friendly life.

One of most eco-conscious things you can do is be mindful of consumption. The fair is echoing this concept with a saree swapping pop-up at the fair.


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2. Cool designers will showcase their collections
All you shopaholics can have your fashion fix, without the guilt of polluting the environment. The trendiest designs and exhibitions will be showcased by the likes of Abraham and Thakore, Anomaly, Nicobar, Bodice, Péro, 11.11, and Chola, among others. TENCEL, a company which produces fabric fibres through environmentally responsible processes has collaborated with Pause and Two Point Two, to create a special collection that will be showcased at Future Collective fair.⁣ 

(L-R) Pause, Naushad Ali, Anomaly, brands which will be participating in the fair

3. It’s put together by pros

(L-R) Vidyun Singh, Asha Kochhar, and Roma Narsinghani
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The fair is the brainchild of Vidyun Singh, Asha Kochhar and Roma Narsinghani, who bring their combined expertise in the fields of fashion, culture and 30 years of experience to the table to make sure that the fair has the best brands across the verticals of fashion, design and art.

4. The venue is breathtaking
The fair will take place at the Bikaner House, is an architectural marvel. Originally built in the 1930s, it has been meticulously restored to its original form by Mumbai-based conservationist Abha Narain Lambah.


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5. There are interesting panels discussions
One of the biggest dilemmas about going eco-friendly is wondering if the products you are using match your environmental ethics. A few brands claim to be more sustainable than they actually are, a process which is called ‘greenwashing.’ Evelyn Mora, the founder of Helsinki Fashion Week, will help you decode branding language to figure out if your favourite brands adhere to sustainability standards.

Future Collective: Conscious Culture Design Fair at Bikaner House, New Delhi, will kick-off from 29 February 2020, and will end on 1 March  2020.

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