#HGStreet is a two-day festival that is at the intersection of creativity, music, art and design, fashion, film and photography, technology, sneakers and street culture, sports, education, culinary, innovation and more. Offering a one-of-a-kind experience crafted through the interplay of culture, creativity and futurism.
The immersive event will be taking place at a 165 year old warehouse and will see a fashion show inspired from unique motifs around the country. The showcase will dive into the diverse realms of fashion; running the gamut of futuristic fashion, streetwear, custom designs and sustainable fashion. Witness an unmatched level of innovation and change with these homegrown labels.
Date: 18th & 19th March ‘23
Venue: Richardson & Cruddas, Byculla
Tickets: Free entry for under 25 college students on day 1. Head to @insider.in to book your festival pass now!
Providing a makeover to fashion with experimentation and unusual fabrics, Grandma Would Approve is a label that is modernising vintage clothes through deconstruction. Their disruptive approach uses discarded textiles in a more regenerative manner and plays with sensory memory.
An amalgamation of years of conceptual research, internal honesty and reluctance from conformity, The Aesthetic of Resistance is a label that takes inspiration from protest art. They articulate these messages through their clothing and narrate the tale of many revolutions that took place around the world.
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