Shifting the Needle: How is Acumen Fellow is using Fashion to Break Pattern of Poverty in India
Gayatri Jolly’s love affair with fashion began at a young age. At 10, she would play dress-up with her dolls, carefully building garments with scraps of fabric and tape. Even as she got older, she’d spend hours drawing, sketching, and designing one garment after another, though none really hit the mark. After a failed attempt at designing her dress for university graduation, her mother led her down a different, more secure career path, advising her to stick to the family trade: business. Find the full article here.