A Whimsical Journey

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A Whimsical Journey

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This free spirited design is the perfect compliment to any sophisticated look. The artwork features floating books in the sky liberating knowledge and wisdom in our world. All artwork is digitally conceptualized by Dipika Parthiban from India in 100% Pure Silk with rolled hems. 

Please scroll down below to learn more about designer Dipika Pratibhan and The Unity Closet commitment to education

Size: 36 inches x 36 inches
Care Instructions: 
100% Silk
Dry Clean Only
No Hand Wash
Cool Iron
No Bleach

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THE CAUSE

The United Nations has formally declared education as a basic human right, yet nearly 800 million people around the globe are unable to read or write.

Furthermore, over 40 percent of the world’s illiterate population lives in Southeast Asia. Among the countries most in need in the region, Nepal faces challenges in providing consistent education and resources to the nation’s youth.

 A lack of education is the root of the world’s most significant problems: violence, discrimination, economic growth, and inability to facilitate change. 

 

THE CHARITY

We are proud to announce a special partnership with the international charitable organization, BuildOn - a 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on constructing primary schools in developing communities. This organization is the brainchild of current President and CEO, Jim Ziokowski, who was inspired after witnessing the grand opening of a school in Nepal during a backpacking trip. 

Throughout the next year, we aspire to raise approximately $30,000 to fund the construction of a school in the outskirts of Nepal.  Thanks to the BuildOn staff, their local connections with the Nepalese government and construction companies, we can bring this idea to life.

THE DESIGNER

Dipika Parthiban is a fashion designer from Bangalore, India who recently began diversifying into all things design: illustrator, editor, graphic artist, active wear designer, fashion calender designer, and bags with clients worldwide.

Dipika is an independent designer who works in her home based design studio “Dipustaika” which will begin merchandising in the near future. 

One day, Dipika dreams of establishing her own clothing brand launched in a vineyard boutique with a cute little café – perhaps Italy is where she belongs!