A visit to the sustainable couture collection Guru Jagat

Dear Shaded Viewers,

You might find the word ‘couture’ in relation to the Guru Jagat Collection a bit concerting but it relates more to the origin of the word, hand made to order for the client. What separates the collection from others is the fact that along with couture know-how, the designer, a celebrated Kundalini yoga teacher, artist, poet, writer and the business force behind the RA MA Institute, Guru Jagat uses the auric frequencies of the wearer to help provide a sense of strength and general wellbeing with the all white, certified cotton collection. No, it does not come in black. Guru Jagat was inspired by the art of bana and principle of drala, the yogic art of dressing for success, which says that if you wear clothes that resonate with you, your aura automatically expands and you are more capable to attract and hold the positive in your life. Ban increases the aura of six inches to a foot edge on our normal weakness, providing a shield against day-to-day adversities and giving the courage of living according to our true nobility or so states the brand manifesto. So if you wear the Guru Jagat Collection with its secret geometries that are meant to bring you happiness and prosperity you will also experience personal power and self confidence. Why not try it and find out for yourself? The collection promotes a revolution in the way people shop and enables everyone to have a spiritual experience simply by getting dressed.


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Diane Pernet

A LEGENDARY FIGURE IN FASHION and a pioneer of blogging, Diane is a respected journalist, critic, curator and talent-hunter based in Paris. During her prolific career, she designed her own successful brand in New York, costume designer, photographer, and filmmaker.