TV presenter clothes

India may nominally be a free country, however it appears that mentally many of the young citizens especially in metro cities are living in western countries, their clothes and lifestyle is deeply influenced by western culture.
While the TV presenters in Goa wear a combination of Indian and western outfits which is acceptable, considering that Goa was ruled by the Portuguese for more than 500 years, the clothes of TV anchors reading Hindi and other regional news are not exactly suitable.
The hindi news readers are almost always dressed in western clothes which are not suitable for indian women due to their body shape, making them look fatter than they are. The western clothes are suitable for chinese and other women who are thinner compared to Indian women.

It appears that Hindi news channels have banned the newsreaders from wearing Indian clothes, even for programs on Indian history and independence, the anchor will only wear western clothes which are not very suitable. When almost all Indian politicians wear indian clothes, why do TV anchors not do so.

Invitation to Collaborate with VIDA

Erica C. at VIDA (erica@shopatvida.com)

I am reaching out to extend a special invitation to you to collaborate with our company, VIDA. We think your artwork would be a wonderful addition to VIDA’s collection of art as wearable apparel. At VIDA, we transform 2D artwork into elegant, scarves, tops, and dresses, and we’d love to add your artwork to our collection!

 

A little bit about VIDA:

VIDA is a Google Ventures-backed fashion e-commerce platform that brings together artists and apparel manufacturers from around the world to create original, inspiring apparel in a socially conscious way. We work with manufactures all over the world, and we offer literacy programs to our factory workers.

Becoming a VIDA designer is an easy 2 step process and should take less then 10 mins.

1: Create your profile at studio.shopvida.com

2: Upload your artwork to create your products

Note: VIDA is 100% free to join and post artwork.

 

I hope you’ll accept our invitation to become a VIDA artist and join our ever growing global community of artists and designers. We will be deeply honored to have the opportunity to work with you.

Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions. I’m really looking forward to your submission on studio.shopvida.com! I’ve included a bit more information about the process of becoming a VIDA designer below.

Best,

Erica Carter
Head of Artist Relations

44 Tehama Street | San Francisco CA 94105
Phone: 1.877.529.VIDA | Mon – Fri 9am – 6pm PST

A little more about the process:

After your images are approved, we will make a special branded page for you with your artwork transformed into high-quality apparel and scarves. You may then share this page with your friends, family, and fans to help promote and sell your designs. We will produce, package, and ship your products to your customers and you’ll receive 10% of the net sales for every product sold, with no limit to how much you can earn. You earning depend entirely on your sales.

We’ve worked with world-renowned fine artists, photographers, designers, illustrators, and creatives like Trey Ratcliff, Lauren Rader, Karen Hutton, and Karen Walrond. Artists from VIDA have been discovered by and written about in popular publications and blogs including Women’s Wear Daily, Fashion Times, Fashionista, and more.

Has anyone used Vida, your feedback will be appreciated