Anubha Jain, co-founder of House of Kheesa, from old Delhi, India. Swapping clothes and upcycling household items were always there in her genes. She learned zero waste policy from her great grandmother and now, she is working towards it and trying to bring a change through the House of Kheesa. Kheesa which means pocket in Hindi is a conscious clothing and jewellery label based in Noida, India. They are working and trying to make sustainable clothing economical. Upcylicing clothes have potential to contribute in curbing the waste created through access clothes and counter attack fast fashion. Upcycling fashion will the future to protect and preserve our the planet earth.
Being pocket lovers, House of Kheesa love to adorn garments with patches of pockets made out of fabric waste. Fabric cloth like hemp, banana silk, khadi is sourced from small towns in order to support communities that are working on handlooms and other crafts for generations.
House of Kheesa collects offcuts fabric from local tailors for making mindful clothing and consciously created each product considering the longevity of it. Resin and wire are used to make gender-neutral jewellery. In addition, House of kheesa uses metals like silver and copper in their jewellery as well. Keeping intact with the vision of protecting the planet .
upcycling and recycling is the core activity of House of Kheesa.
POOLit Pod is a podcast that showcases the creative efforts of sustainable warriors that are working towards bringing ecological balance through their brand or organization. Each episode explore different aspects of speakers’ journey and their contribution towards the sustainable environment by providing a platform to voice their experiences, challenges, and accomplishments.
About the Host
Naseema Khan the host of POOLit Pod is a distinguished public speaker with several years of experience in hosting talk shows, an activity she is immensely passionate about. For her the best part of anchoring is, to venture out an altogether different side of the speaker’s professional life parallel to their sustainability goals.
Why do you need to listen to POOLit Podcast?
To know about the environment where you live, how it is getting degraded by our (human) activities,
and what the sustainable warriors are battling with, to protect our earthy environment for all of us.
How new & unique eco-friendly ideas can bring revolution & impact for the betterment of the environment.
Duration 15:57 min
Ep 1: POOLit Pod – Daniel Hartz
Duration 15:20 min
Ep 6: POOLit Pod – Madhur Sharma
Duration 15:46 min
Ep 10: POOLit Pod – Maria Kuriakose