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The Canvas & Weaves Philosophy for the Woke Stylista

The Canvas & Weaves Philosophy for the Woke Stylista

 

What does it take for a purchase to hit the spot? Done right, a new purchase yields joy and celebrates self-love. Ferzin’s journey has been about introducing her customers to just this joy, in the garments that they wear and the art which adorns their spaces.
Beauty is all around us, as we live hundreds of miracles each day. Canvas & Weaves brings these mini-miracles to life. Its approach, grounded in ethical production, delivers an infusion of originality from her personal touch in curating collections of inspired clothing and art. 
Canvas & Weaves has a distinct identity that stands for creativity. There is no right and wrong creative expression. Instead, to be authentic within the vortex of today’s noisy messaging is key to individuality and ethical consumption.

What is the key to consuming responsibly? 

A considered purchase is the best route to a garment or work of art that will yield satisfaction for years to come. Often, an impulse purchase misses its mark in that it meets a momentary need for gratification. 
As such, in buying art, Canvas & Weaves acts as a trusted partner in dialogue. As part of an in-depth process, Ferzin visits the space and assists in finding the perfect fit, factoring in a broad range of considerations that takes the buyer far beyond impulse.  
A similar philosophy can be applied to fashion. A well-selected garment that speaks to its buyer will be worn again and again, in different formats, for varied occasions. Authentic style takes buyers beyond pieces that are discarded as trends die, and focuses on pieces that can be proudly repurposed and repeated.

 

 

How does Canvas & Weaves craft its vision?

Canvas & Weaves features collections from handpicked designers and artists, whose work tells stories of timeless beauty and skill. It presents these stories in the Canvas & Weaves experience, through intimate showcases and workshops that bring to life often overlooked aspects of tradition and design. 
Its mission is to discover the undiscovered on behalf of a community that is seeking a fresh take on design and beauty. The guiding principle is “quality over quantity,” with a renewed focus on indigenous textiles, embroidery, and evergreen silhouettes.

Can we look deeper into how we consume?

Leading the way in creating win-win, planet-friendly solutions that make a positive impact, Canvas & Weaves has partnered with Craftizen in India to create recyclable merchandise bags. 
Consumption is undergoing a change from a “more is more” mentality, to a living representation of belief systems. The ultimate aim is to encourage dialogue and a deeper understanding of the cycle of production and consumption, its broader impact on the planet, and the individual’s place within it. 
A woke consumer is inspired by a cause that resonates – be it human rights, climate change, or water scarcity. This can become the guiding light in their buying decisions, where unrivaled satisfaction lies at the confluence of great design and tangible impact.
Great changes and movements can be inspired when we choose to scratch below the surface. To do so with a community of like-minded producers and consumers infuses fun and collaboration to the process. 

Are we really paying more for sustainability?

Most sustainable brands are more expensive than their fast-fashion counterparts. We pay for ethical production, fair wages and high-quality or organic fabrics and materials. 
However, sustainable living is based on mindful consumption. We only need a few good staples to live a good life, and personal style can be built on a judicious balance of trendy seasonal pieces and the garments that we come back to again and again.
When we buy exploitatively priced pieces, the real price is often paid for by the ecosystem as a whole. This is a systemic fault of our time - one that we can all take a shared stand to minimize. 

Bringing style to life

Canvas & Weaves is agnostic to fashion trends, and instead showcases style that does not exclude based on size or body shape. The fabric is the hero, as is the craftsmanship that has stood the test of time. 
Ferzin’s outlook results in curation that is edgy with clean lines, dramatic yet minimal. She presents a design that is an exciting confluence of beauty and sustainability, where the Canvas & Weaves tribe finds its true and lasting expression.