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Why this female founder is investing in organic agriculture for her clothing startup
by Esha Chhabra, Contributor
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27 February 2018
On 27 February 2018 Forbes reported:
Puja Barar worked at designer fashion houses in New York City, like Vera Wang, for more than a decade. But something was missing. 'Even though I loved what I did, I felt a disconnect in the way these big fashion houses were producing their garments and the values I believed in,' she says. Raised in India, Barar was well aware of the challenges of the textile industry: heavy use of toxic chemicals, poor treatment of labor, and negative environmental impact. That's why after having her first child in 2009, she felt compelled to produce a fashion line that was respectful to people and the planet.
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In 2012, she partnered with Mumbai-based Sameer Mehra, the Managing Director of Suminter India Organics, to launch Satva (which means 'pure' in Sanskrit), an athleisure brand using organic cotton and GOTS-certified fabrics. Mehra put in the capital needed, and Barar provided the design expertise from New York.
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