Ankita Bhargava Meattle
About Ankita Bhargava Meattle
Ankita Bhargava Meattle has studied at London College of Fashion and Cass Business School, London and is currently based out of Boston.
Ankita is the founder of Dhi. Dhi is a collaboration of designers, artists, artisans, entrepreneurs and technologists led by Ankita Bhargava Meattle under the mentoring of Anjana Bhargav.
Dhi means ‘a thought’ in the ancient Sanskrit language. Dhi started as a single thought. The thought of how to preserve Indian traditional workmanship and crafts yet keep them relevant in our ever-evolving world.
Dhi caters to the principles of Zero wastage and is re inventing traditional Indian patterns into modern day classics. The traditional lehenga is cut in triangular kalis and gussets. This age old Indian lehenga pattern propagates zero wastage. The traditional indian lehenga has been re interpreted into a modern day dress by Dhi Something you can wear in any part of the world with panache.
Dhi caters to the needs of the global citizen yet retaining Indian culture and tradition using sustainable Indian fabrics and weaves.