Péro teaches shoppers how to mend their clothes
Sustainable fashion and lifestyle brand Péro held an interactive workshop to teach participants how to mend clothing at Connaught Place in New Delhi as the brand continues its 'Time to Love’ installation.
At episode three of its ongoing Time to Love exhibition, Péro held ‘Mended with Love’, a workshop intended to teach people how to mend their clothes with the aim of reducing fashion waste, the brand announced on Facebook. The workshop featured simple sewing techniques, as well as traditional techniques including petite point and bullion embroidery; techniques used in many of the brand’s own designs.
Currently, Péro plans to continue its exhibition until its original date of March 29. The brand has just launched episode four of its ongoing exhibition which invites guests to use a range of swings and features a floral installation.
This season, Péro continued to expand its international distribution network by taking part in the Tranoi garment trade show in France and the Pitti Uomo and Pitti Bimbo trade shows in Italy, before coronavirus concern led to widespread cancellations of trade shows in Europe.
The brand was also scheduled to hold an off-site runway show at the upcoming Lotus Makeup India Fashion Week in Delhi but the event has been postponed due to the virus.
Aneeth Arora launched Péro in June 2009 and the brand is based in New Delhi. Péro, which means ‘to wear’ in the Marwari language of Rajasthan, retails womenswear, menswear, children’s wear, accessories, and homeware and is known for its mixed prints, embroidery, and sustainable production processes.
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