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  • India's Gen Y brings back old fashions
  • India's Gen Y brings back old fashions
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India's Gen Y brings back old fashions

Khadi, a traditional Indian hand-woven cloth, was once the sartorial symbol of India's independence movement that was worn by Gandhi. It's now become popular again among stylish younger generations, but this time it’s because of its green credentials.

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