Digital outfits are created using the latest cutting edge technologies. Some of them are purely created for digital looks, some of them are produced physically as well, which use the conventional ways of producing the garments.
2. Does wearing digital outfits mean I am faking my look?
Absolutely NOT. You are being smart by using digital outfits for your digital presence, as you are saving your money, natural resources and avoiding the waste, and emissions associated with the physical production of the clothes. You should be PROUD to share with your social & professional network that you are using digital outfits for your digital presence.
3. Why should I consider wearing digital outfits?
Using digital clothes will reduce the overall carbon emissions from fashion industry, it is the second biggest polluting industry. More than 100 billion apparel items are produced annually for a global population of less than 10 billion people. Every second 1 garbage truck full of textiles material is either incinerated or landfilled globally. BY wearing digital outfits you are actively involved in reducing these numbers.
4. How does it work?
It’s very simple, you select what you like, purchase it, and share an image where you would like to wear it. We dress it up and send it back to you within 24 hrs.
5. Why does it take 24 hours to get my image dressed in the purchased outfit?
We need to digitally customize the outfit you purchased to your body dimensions and stitch it digitally to match your pose in the image where you want to wear it.
6. Can I use my digital outfit on more than one image?
Absolutely! We offer WEAR IT AGAIN subscription, which you can purchase to wear the same outfit in more than one image.
7. How are the digital outfits offered by KAHANI zero emissions?
We have a carbon accountant in the team, who calculates the amount of emissions associated with creation of each garment along with the emissions for dressing up your image. We calculate all of it, and offset it either by using 100% renewable energy for our devices or by planting trees.
8. What is period poverty? Why is KAHANI earmarking 1% of sales for reducing it?
12.8% of Girls and women live in poverty and do not have access to period products, period poverty refers to having no access to female hygiene products and no bathrooms during monthly periods. KAHANI is striving to reduce period poverty, hence earmarking 1% of the revenue towards reducing it.
9. How is KAHANI planning to reduce period poverty?
KAHANI is aiming to reduce period poverty by distribution of sustainable period products and educating communities where menstruating girls & women are seen as dirty, and untouchable because of the social & the cultural norms.
10. How is KAHANI supporting the progression of the United Nations 2030 Agenda
The progression of the UN 2030 Agenda is at the heart of KAHANI, we are addressing SDG#3, SDG#12, SDG#13 and SDG#17