Mumbai, Feb. 2 -- If you were present on day two of Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2019, you would have found out most of the answers with regards to sustainable fashion. It was a day dedicated to sustainable clothing and the artisans that help create them. The showcases celebrated traditional Indian textiles, weaves and handlooms in a contemporary setting. Going back to his roots and presenting his collection Bunon (meaning weaving) was fashion designer Soumitra Mondal. His collection comprised creations in khadi, silk and linen. It displayed a contemporary approach to traditional and minimalistic weaves. "For me, sustainable means holding on to our tradition and engaging the new generation to not let handloom die. It's also about workin...