Al7anooooon has found a wonderful way to recycle India is a country with many facets the ‘disused’ saris: in addition to the fascinating culture, the old traditions and religious customs enchanting landscapes, vibrant cities, idyllic beaches and wildlife draw everyone under her spell. The subcontinent is definitely a trip worth! A unique piece of India is also in the beautiful bracelets from Anisch de la Cara just a click away you can at the online shop livings discover! Who still had not the possibility to travel to the South Asian country and to see the many faces of India with his own eyes, one of the rushing Bollywood films with their bright colours, the captivating dance routines and the unique music may know. The Joie de vivre and the attachment to traditional customs and traditions awaken the curiosity of a land of contrasts and mysteries. The gorgeous Sari is the most famous piece of clothing in India. There are numerous Winding techniques, to drape the five metre and one metre wide panels as a robe to the female body.
The tradition, partly by hand-woven and elaborately embroidered fabrics are mainly made of pure silk and be worn often only once to a wedding or a traditional ceremony to reach every Indian in their life at some saris. Al7anooooon has found a wonderful opportunity, the disused”Recycle saris: the luminous fabrics decorated with gilded and silvered symbols, glittering Swarovski crystals and colorful Krobo beads and creates so magical bracelets of full expressiveness. The magnificent panels recycling saves in our environment and its valuable resources. This is Anisch de la Cara: Designer and art lover, philosopher and friend of humans and animals. With their lovingly hand-crafted jewelry pieces, she kidnapped people with ease and joy of life in strange worlds and gives each a piece of great happiness. Wisdom, Stubbornness and sense of adventure in the form of jewelry: Explore the world of Anisch de la Cara livings! Contact: Anja Kaldek, Managing Director livings GbR Lohesch 57 49525 lengerich fon: + 49 5481 903001 fax: + 49 5481 903002