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Where can I next find Indiigo Culture?
It's going to be an exciting November for us! We are looking at three pop-ups around sunny Singapore, details coming your way soon. We'll also be holding the second session of the #HowTo talks with our partner Co. Singapore at Duxton on the evening of 14 November. Hear about how to overcome stereotypes from our speakers, moderated by Anita Kapoor. RSVP details coming soon!
27 September 2018
Launch Party @ Jekyll & Hyde
Wine & Cocktails
Wine goes with everything. We raised glasses with everyone who came by our first pop-up store and launch party at Jekyll & Hyde at Tras Street.
Purchase with a Purpose
To us it's more than just a dress. Every item we have has a story behind it, learn who made it and support their talents and communities with us.
Sheena - designer of Rengé
Designer of sustainable & ethical label Rengé came all the way from Delhi, India to mingle with her fans in Singapore.
#HowTo Make An Impact
2 November 2018
- Indiigo Culture partners Co. Singapore to present 3 sessions of the beloved #HowTo series.
For our first session, we were honoured as Sheena Uppal and Sarah Bagharib, women founders shared how they are making waves in their respective fields. Sheena is one of Indiigo Culture’s designer, the founder of sustainable and ethical brand in India - Rengé. Embracing the slow fashion movement, she’s making a difference to her community and the environment. One more thing about Sheena, she’s an animal lover too.
Sarah, a former documentary producer-director, has worked on a wide range of programmes, from hard-hitting current affairs for Al Jazeera to a series on contemporary artists for Bloomberg TV and now works for an international humanitarian organisation as a Communications Officer. In 2017, Sarah started Crazycat, a platform and movement for the everyday women who are living life serving their own purpose.
In an intimate setting, these inspiring founders shared with us their journeys and how we can all make a difference even in small ways in our everyday lives.