Let’s provide for Future – Talk Session by Quancious
The JEDIIIANS are prepping up for the JD Annual Design Awards 2018 and are almost set for the design creation process in the line of Innovative, Sustainable and ethical products.
Quancious a brand started in 2017 to promote customized sustainable products. One of the main aim of the brand is to provide for the future. Vipin Sethi Director- CORPORATE STRATEGY/ FINANCE. A post graduate in management, he possesses more than two decades of experience in the garment industry and Sunitha R Director- OPERATIONS.
Every year JD Institute of Fashion Technology churns out lot of designers and Quancious was at the campus to spread awareness on saving water. It is said that it takes about 3 years’ worth of drinking water i.e. 2500 litres to make a shirt and 6813 litres to make a pant. To save our future we should act today and the reason why Quancious here to inform the future designers that there are ways in which we can make clothes without using a drop of water.
Quancious conducted a textile workshop to aid the students in their design collection and expose them to an array of material that they could use for the same.
The workshop was all about the brand that let you customise apparel and home decor while ensuring a positive environmental footprint.
The fashion industry for long has been a massive consumer and polluter of our freshwater resources. But there is something we can all do consciously to change the situation, which is why at Quancious, they have blended customisation and sustainability in a way that just doesn’t make you look good but do good as well.
They use sustainable fabrics that include bamboo, Tercel, organic cotton, silk and many more with a reduced carbon energy and pollution impact when compared to the conventional fabrics. From procuring organic and eco-friendly fabrics to printing them, Quancious is an eco-friendly, water positive brand that uses waterless printing technology and biodegradable inks to help you create trends the Quancious way.
Also, for the first time in South Asia, they have brought a revolutionary technology of digital printing featuring waterless printing system, printing on a wide variety of fabrics, no pre or post-treatment required, the non-toxic ink has been used, and they have blazing fast printing technology like 200sqm/h
It is time the designers to start thinking about the future and provide by going with fabrics which are eco-friendly, sustainable and less threat to Humanity. The session was a major help to the students especially they can still do their creation and be environmentally friendly.