Over the last month, we have had quite the spotlight on us as a brand led by a woman in business, Shilpa.
Co-founder of Selkie Patterns, Caroline Akselson paid a visit to our atelier in April. Selkie Patterns is a textiles partner of ours, recommending House of Bilimoria to their customers to send their scrap fabrics for upcycling. We discussed the challenges and triumphs experienced in running a sustainable textiles & fashion business and the journey of HoB so far.
Caroline captures the essence of House of Bilimoria thoroughly in- Women Behind Business: House of Bilimoria.
Asian Women Mean Business:
Rupinder Kaur is the founder of a community Asian Women Mean Business, bringing together British Asian Women across the U.K to share their journeys on the online platform.
You can find Shilpa's personal and professional journey as an inspiration for others- Shilpa Bilimoria: Creative Director & Founder of House of Bilimoria.
Ethical Hour Changemaker Chats:
Leading ethical & sustainable community, Ethical Hour spoke to Shilpa about how House of Bilimoria is a change making brand and her journey in creating it to achieve certain Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN.
Founder of Ethical Hour, Sian Connaway set out to help businesses achieve the goals which led to the community of entrepreneurs and those with a passion for sustainability across industries.
Read about how House of Bilimoria is sending waves in changing the way luxury fashion is consumed through upcycling- Changemaker Chats: House of Bilimoria.