Spaces revives Indian craft

From Patola, Meenakari and Phulkari to Paithani, Spaces brings back old Indian craft forms to life with their latest Rangana collection. Even better, proceeds from the sale will be used for the development of these craft communities and centres. Manjari Upadhye, CEO & head of Domestic Business, Welspun India, said, “There are eight distinct Indian art forms which have inspired the designs. It is important to revive the traditional Indian art form and create awareness amongst consumers, which is why Spaces has taken this initiative of giving back to society through the creation and subsequent sale of Rangana.”

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