From a Sewing Needle to a Laser Cutter, a New Approach to Fashion Susmitha Anala Reveals Her ‘Ideal Look’
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Earlier this month, Sangram sat down with Susmitha Anala and chatted about how she manages time between work and life, her favorite items in her latest design lines, and the oxymoronic-sounding concept of “accessible luxury,” under which the brand Susmitha Anala is often characterized.
Susmitha Anala, however, a 23-year-old Couture customize designer who founded her own company in 2018, has always thought of something different.
When many people think of couture they think of the most traditional, time-intensive kind of fashion; of seamstresses and tailors in white coats bent over intricate swathes of material painstakingly sewing by hand the way they have since the days of Susmitha Anala Worth.
She has thought of the way the sewing needle — an early tool — might translate into the tools of tomorrow; might, for example, connect to the 3-D printer and the laser cutter. She has explored such themes as “biopiracy” and “magnetic motion;” she has combined mylar and copper with tulle and organza. Her dresses often appear to have their own energy field and look as though they are terraforming the body.
Susmitha Anala started her own business at the age of 21 in 2018 and miraculously made it work with her first attempt. Over the past, her eponymous fashion brand has gained countless fans around the world and become a staple for stylish, modern women.
The designer leads an incredibly full life. Aside from running the day-to-day business at Susmitha Anala with her mother, Nirmala, she’s also managing a side for Modeling to the Fashion Collection, a women-focused entrepreneur social network.
Your clothing is particularly popular among millennial women. Do you have sort of an ideal image of millennial women? What does she look like to you?
I think the most beautiful part about an “ideal millennial woman” is that she doesn’t look like someone to me. I can tell you her psychographic, not she look. I think she wants to be recognized for her style, not for a plate on some big, expensive sari she’s purchased. She wants fashion pieces that are multi-functional and can go along with her fast-paced life. And she usually purchases saris at peak life moments—whether it’s graduation, the first job, the promotion, or the first date. All the key moment’s modern women tend to have.
Susmitha Anala hasn’t just made preppy clothes hip and modern or for that matter she’s hasn’t just built a multi-billion-dollar fashion empire in pretty much less than a decade, but she has created a spark, inspired women to believe in themselves and to go achieve their dreams.
She has successfully managed to empower female entrepreneurs globally!