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Making 25 Million Hands Happy | Richa Dubey | TEDxBMSIT
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Added Sep 27, 2016
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Richa Dubey with her keen eye for design and intricacy talks about the importance of generations of cultures and traditional artisans and how to bring back the once deep rooted Indian culture that seems to have been lost.

Richa Dubey is an accessories designer, textile artist , illustrator and an avid craft lover. A design graduate from National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi , she has worked with national and international design brands before starting her own line of fashion products under the brand name 22.2accessories. Her work celebrates the cultural, textile and craft traditions of India. In a very short span of time this brand has acquired a fan following and believers and is amongst India’s top 100 quirky fashion brands. Her work has been regularly featured in leading fashion magazines and blogs. She works extensively with craft clusters across India and is currently working to revive craft traditions from Eastern Uttar Pradesh.She is currently based out of Bangalore, India.

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