The Mt. Everest Fashion Runway will have its ramp atop the Thonak Glaciers, near Cho Oyu base camp, providing a close-up view of Mt Everest and providing a natural background for the Fashion Show
The fashion show’s goal is to raise awareness about global climate change. Kasa will also promote natural and biodegradable fabrics to address concerns such as sustainability and reducing the carbon footprints of the global fashion industry.
The show will be attended by VVIPs from all around the world, as well as international journalists covering the entire event.
In 2020, people from all across the globe gathered to watch a historic event, including the GWR adjudicator. In 2021, we launched the new segment called ‘Super-Audience’ from different nations. The ‘Super-Audience’ will be limited to only 200 people.
The Mt. Everest Fashion is the highest altitude fashion show to ever take place in the laps of Mt. Everest. The main objective of The Mt. Everest Fashion Runway is to spread awareness on the Global Climate and Sustainable Fashion.
A model participating in the show will earn the prestigious title "The Toughest Model on Earth". 20 International Supermodels from across the world will journey for 16 days to walk up the world's highest ramp and break the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD.
The Historic High Altitude Fashion Show will be witnessed by 200 LIVE ‘SUPER AUDIENCES,' setting another Guinness World Record. Season 2 of the journey will be an episodic reality series that will be released internationally directed by Shruti Anandita Varma and Amitabh Verma.
Using Clensta and IIT Delhi's waterless bath technology, the team will save over 50,000 liters of water over the duration of the trek.
A research team will calculate the amount of carbon emitted by the team, and then the team will plant trees to balance the amount of carbon emitted by them.
Rather than purchasing new trekking equipment, the entire team rents it. The re-use of trekking equipment reduces the carbon footprint.
While trekking, the Super-Models would gather waste in a bag and clean the mountain.
The AAA batteries used in the shoot will be brought to Kathmandu and properly disposed of with the assistance of the municipality.
The wardrobes are composed of biodegradable textiles like Felt (Kneaded wool and Pashmina) to enhance sustainability.
To lessen carbon footprints, the Fashion Show backdrop is composed of biodegradable cloth.
The slogan 'The Toughest Model on Earth' is intended to encourage Super-Models to trek back to Lukla rather than flying back by helicopter.
We carry our own LPG gas to heat the drinking water for the team instead of using Yak dung as fuel, which emits methane in the Everest region.
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