Pause works with repurposed fabrics, upcycling, cotton scraps and turns it into fun details that make the garments interesting, ethically produced and affordable too.
At Pause, functionality and innovation go hand in hand - the brand is set out on a mission to bring ethically-made clothing into modern wardrobes effortlessly.
It ticks the conversations we've been having in fashion for the last two years: conscious consumption, a need for everyday dressing, being vocal for local and having a solid digital footprint.
Designers that may have originally taken a different path in their field are inclined towards climate-friendly fashion. New efforts, such as the recent collaboration between jewellery designer Roma Narsinghani and RTW label Pause for a conscious capsule collection of everyday wear, encapsulate that sentiment.
The Corona Quilt Project, an initiative in collaboration with Bombay Shirt Company was born as a way to connect people, discuss self-expression and mental health, and bring communities together.
The Corona Quilt Project was conceived during the initial weeks of the pandemic as a way to connect people, discuss self-expression and mental health. It is a collaborative endeavour of IIFL, The Godrej Group, JSW, Bombay Shirt Company, Bombay Municipality Community (BMC).