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The Bachchan family dressed up in white to cast their vote,making another politically correct statement. You can do the same,cast your vote,but if you want to look slightly glam while you’re at it...

Written by Anushreemajumdar |
May 4, 2009 12:15:42 am

The Bachchan family dressed up in white to cast their vote,making another politically correct statement. You can do the same,cast your vote,but if you want to look slightly glam while you’re at it,head to Hauz Khas Village where Delhi-based designer Sunaina Suneja (inset)is showcasing her Election Collection,one that is aimed at promoting khadi as well as remind people that each and every vote counts.

“Show you care,Insist you count,Cast your ballot,Make your mark,” says Suneja,52,as she urges people to wear Khadi on Election Day. “I thought about doing something for elections and as soon as the dates were announced,it came to me in a flash. An election collection that represents both the politicians who seek our vote and we the people who have the power to bring about change,” says Suneja who has been working in khadi for the past two decades. The collection is divided into two parts,suitably titled Politician Khadi vs Aam Aadmi ka Khadi and unlike her previous collection that was simply done in Indigo,Suneja has focussed this on white muslin khadi. “It’s great for the summer,it’s stylish and lends itself to great cuts. I’ve used softer colours and some bright ones but white is my dominant colour. You could interpret it as a subtle call for transparency in our political systems,” says Suneja.

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