Meenu, Saroj, Renu, and Lakhmi, young women from the Durrie weaving community in Badva, Rajasthan are using waste from the Durrie weaving process to make beautifully braided bands held in place with charming buckles and buttons.The Covid19 pandemic poses challenges to their existing livelihoods. Wear and Gift these to remind a special person that you love and care for them while contributing to the weaver women. Material 15%,Labour 40%, Indirect costs 10%. Social contribution 35% Note: Due to upcycled threads, colors are assorted. Available in 6, 8, 10,12 thread variants. Buttonholes are at a circumference of 16 and/or 18 cm. LuvAnd ____ is an initiative that fosters creative thinking, social responsibility and a transparent value sharing. Fuelled by a young climate activist's endevour to bring climate equity, a third of the proceed will contribute to creation of climate resilient societies.