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Mumbai’s Most-Loved Ethnic Fashion Brand, Kalki Fashion Stands Up For The Covid-19 Relief Efforts
MUMBAI’S MOST-LOVED ETHNIC FASHION BRAND, KALKI FASHION STANDS UP FOR THE COVID-19 RELIEF EFFORTS
As COVID-19 continues to spread, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for us all, and we hope you’re in good spirits and health! But right now, the most-loved Mumbai fashion brand, KALKI Fashion is doing everything possible to sustain daily operations and provide services to the community. While there’s a lot of uncertainty, we know that we need to adapt fast to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our community needs us. And we need you.
KALKI is putting their own spin on helping vulnerable Corona-hit families, communities and helping them survive the COVID crisis with GiveIndia, a special fund-raiser that empowers you to provide lock-down hit families in need with food and ration.
The aim is to provide 70,000 ration kits to the poor families who are penniless due to the lockdown. You can stay in loop by keeping tabs on https://kalkifashion.giveindia.org/
You can advocate for them by sharing their mission with a family member or friend. Even a quick mention on your social media would mean the world to everyone.
In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are. It would be great if you take part in this wonderful initiative by the brand and be the part of the community. Without you, none of it is possible.
Stay safe and well!
Born in Mumbai, India in 2007, KALKI evokes the very spirit of the city it was founded in. An upstart, innovative, and dynamic brand – KALKI – offers the best of contemporary, ethnic Indian fashion and fusion-wear styles. Staying true to the brand’s unique promise of premium and wearable fashion, KALKI unveils fresh collections and all-new designs throughout the fashion calendar. KALKI’s design and aesthetic sensibility seeks inspiration from all walks of life – be it haute couture trends and forecasts from fashion destinations across the globe to the homebound handloom traditions of India.