In the final episode of ‘Road to Sustainability, – a three-part series by Hyundai and Travel + Leisure India & South Asia, we meet Kriti Tula, co-founder of Doodlage.
Kriti has been making garments from fabric from upcycled or recycled material and shares with us her insights on sustainable fashion, fair wages and how we can adopt alternatives to fast fashion.
Road To Sustainability: Episode 3 ft. Kriti Tula
On our Hyundai KONA Electric trip with her to Jaipur we visit a production plant run by another eco-champion Bhaavya who runs Iro Iro , that upcycles industry waste by weaving it back on handloom with local artisans in and around Jaipur.
Finally, our Road to Sustainability ends in Delhi where we head to Phirlo, co-founded by Kriti where one can send them clothes that are no longer needed which they either upcycle, resell or recycle into something new.
Jaipur Artisan Story & Location Courtesy: Iro Iro & Bhaavya Goenka
Thrifting Story Courtesy: Phirlo Store, Kriti Tula, Paras Arora and Aman
Director/DP: Siddharth Sathyajit
Photographer: Jagdish Limbachiya
Editor-in-chief: Aindrila Mitra
Brand Solutions: Annesha Sanyal, Mansi Bhardwaj, Emerald Williams, Kaveri Baruah
Marketing: Ishika Laul
Script – Aayushi Jagad
Editor – Madhurima Bose Roy
Colorist – Prateek Mahesh
Cam Assistant – Jitendra Sharma
Location: Doodlage Office, New Delhi