Why is Anita Dongre’s new bracelet special?
The proficient fashion designer has come up with the crafting of the bracelet named, ‘Promise of Hope’, while collaborating with CITTA.
Founder of House of Anita Dongre, an eponymous brand, the fashion designer has surely come a long way. Recently, in order to help and continue the education of students at Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls’ School in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, the designer this time collaborated with New York registered non-profit organisation CITTA, which works for the development of marginalised populations in remote places of India.
The proficient fashion designer has come up with the crafting of the bracelet named, ‘Promise of Hope’, while collaborating with CITTA. The bracelet is a symbol of gentleness, tenacity, and strength, and it’s noteworthy because the Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls’ School will get educational funding as a result of bracelet sales.
Over 400 girls who are students at Rajkumari Ratnavati Girls’ School, who are descended from weavers, embroiderers, and nomads, have reclaimed their right to dream and are inspired to have boundless imagination, passion, and desire as a result of the establishment of this school. Along with providing a traditional education, the school also teaches these girls traditional trades like embroidery, weaving, and art.
The minimalist bracelet has the potential to make a big hit as it was introduced at a CITTA event on November 17 at the Anita Dongre Flagship store in New York and is now available online and in stores all around the world.