October 2020 - The Sari Series has been nominated for the Design Museum's Beazley Designs of the Year award. Vote here!
October 2020 - "We wanted to reintroduce regional ways of draping saris into contemporary Indian fashion..."
November 2019 - "Sari and the City". The Sari Series featured in Italy's leading news publication.
October 2019 - "We have a huge opportunity to address a way forward through looking at the past."
April 2019 - "The sari drape was born from evolution. Drapes are often worn for a specific kind of utility..."
January 2019 - "The Sari Specialists... they make for a fascinating viewing..."
January 2018 - "Clothing influences everything we do."
May 2018 - "The power of the sari is that it belongs to everyone and that idea is now catching on."
March 2018 - " the first digital chronicle of drapes..."
March 2018 - "With over 2,000 hours of viewership of these videos, the audience demographic has been varied."
February 2018 - "Fun, eclectic drapes of the sari at the India Art Fair showcased the ways bodies become the site of art."
February 2018 - "...a fresh dialogue for the sari, showing its relevance in the modern times we live in."
November 2017 - "...a culturally significant clothing like the sari is back in the urban closet with a bang."
October 2017 - "The sari is like the food, or the language, in India — there’s so much that we still don’t know..."
October 2017 - "New anthology broadens sartorial reach of Indian garment."
October 2017 - "...these resources are intended to start a conversation — one which might help people to see the sari with fresh eyes and also, perhaps, to take a moment to consider its future."
October 2017 - "...the project has been commissioned in order to make the Indian population aware of their heritage and their international counterparts want to make the garment their own."
September 2017 - “To think of why we wear what we wear is important...”
August 2017 - "Apart from the breathtaking scenery and the reputation as one of the happiest nations in the world, there is an additional reason to attend the eighth edition of Mountain Echoes..."
July 2017 - "...this was not an attempt to “revive” the garment. “The sari is not a forgotten tradition, it is worn my millions of women every day. But many are unaware of the different ways."
July 2017 - "Antonelli and her curators are looking at the larger role fashion plays in our lives..."
July 2017 - "A full list of the 111 items. Sari: Vintage banarasi, contemporary khadi by Rta Kapur Chishti, contemporary Raw Mango, and vintage “grandmother” sari, lent by Malika Kashyap..."
July 2017 - "The Museum of Modern Art is getting ready to present “Items: Is Fashion Modern?,” an investigation of 111 garments and accessories..."
July 2017 - "Zoom into pictures of a Patola or a chiffon sari until you can see the threads of the weave."
July 2017 - "...celebrates the sari – not as a traditional, old-fashioned costume but as a living, breathing garment that is both adaptable and relevant."
July 2017 - "Make it your own! Drape, fold, pleat, and tuck whichever way you want."
June 2017 - "You may even like to go further deep and learn more about the weaving traditions like the Benarsi silk brocades..."
June 2017 - "Sari is an incredibly powerful garment, something that thrived through adaptation."
June 2017 - "Border&Fall’s new documentary series The Sari Project, thus, could not come at a better time..."
June 2017 - "In 2016, a survey by Border&Fall revealed that as many as 98 percent of people thought that there were less than 15 draping styles in India. The results led to their project."
June 2017 - "A stunning project ... highlighting some of the uncommon ways Indians drape their saris..."
February 2017 - "It is a concern, because the sari – especially as a hand-loomed garment – is connected to the livelihoods of millions of weavers..."
January 2017 - "Meet the Indian women who are reviving the sari..."
January 2017 - "A project like this is just about passion ... it's a labour of love."
December 2016 - "...its popularity is not limited to its Indian patrons. Cases in point include silhouettes from Hermès 2008 spring-summer line, Alexander McQueen’s autumn-winter collection..."
December 2016 - "Craft classic: New moves for the old sari ... a fresh force in Indian craft and design..."
November 2016 - "How to revive the sari – a dream, some crowdfunding and 84 easy steps..."
November 2016 - "It feels strange to be in a place to ask for money but also strangely correct. The sari and its documentation belongs to no one, yet millions..."
November 2016 - "Kashyap’s project, a meaningful step in documentation of what’s lost ... is to applaud for."
November 2016 - "Our intention is for the sari to feel more accessible to people, not necessarily to have everyone wear the sari."
October 2016 - "There are 100 ways to wear a sari—how many do you know?"
October 2016 - "These sari films save the day"
August 12, 2020- 'The Future Present: The Sari and the Diaspora, dispelling notions of draping' Malika Verma with Natasha Thasan and Poter Bibi, for South Asian Heritage Month.
August 7, 2020- 'Sari Culture and the Sari' Malika Verma with Simran Randhawa and Emilia Bergmans, for South Asian Heritage Month.
July 1, 2020- A conversation between Border&Fall's Malika Verma and Mukulika Banerjee for Brave New Word by the Jaipur Literature Festival.
February 29, 2020 - How-to drape films featured in 'India: Fashion's Muse' exhibition at Phoenix Museum of Art, Phoenix.
November 09, 2019 - Malaysia screening of 'Sari Men' alongside images from The Sari Series.
November 02, 2019 - How-to drape films at the Museum of History and Industry, Seattle.
October 17, 2019 - Border&Fall's Malika Verma Kashyap presented 'Shifting Perceptions of the Sari' through draping and innovative textiles at Raw Mango's flagship Bangalore store.
October 03, 2019 - Screening of the independent films from The Sari Series at The Saree Festival 2019 at The Ministry of New, Mumbai.
September 29, 2019 - Border&Fall's Malika Verma Kashyap presented 'Cultural Narratives Through The Sari Series'.
November 2018 - Screening at London’s ‘The Friday Sari Project’ in Dulwich.
June 2018 - Screening at PR Sri Lanka.
February 2018 - Workshop with Shristi and Yes Bank titled 'Creating with Meaning: Valuing Ideas, Words & Visuals'
May 4, 2018 - Border&Fall will be screening the independent films from The Sari Series at The Saree Festival 2018 in New Delhi.
April 12, 2018 - Border&Fall will be screening the independent films from The Sari Series at WeWork Galaxy in Bangalore.
February 17-18, 2018 - The Sari Series independent films were screened at 'Embrace the Drape: Windy City SareeFest', Chicago.
February 15-28, 2018 - Blue Tokai locations across Delhi & Mumbai will be screening a selection of films from The Sari Series.
February 10, 2018 - At the India Art Fair, Border&Fall is hosting a special, invite-only screening of The Sari Series.
January 29, 2018 - As part of the Jaipur Literature Festival, Border&Fall will be in conversation with MoMA, Vestoj and Eka Resources.
January 26, 2018 - The fashion department of Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore is hosting a free, public screening of The Sari Series.
January 18, 2018 - The Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture in Karachi, Pakistan, hosts a screening of The Sari Series for its textile students.
January 9, 2018 - MoMA will screen 'Sari Men', a film by Q, alongside 'Iris, a documentary about Iris Apfel by Albert Maysles, as part of their film programme.
November 22, 2017 - Border&Fall Founder Malika Verma Kashyap will be at Design Fabric's 4th WIP Session in Mumbai, discussing Border&Fall's work, including a screening of The Sari Series.
October 26, 2017 - Join Border&Fall for the first screening of The Sari Series in Bangalore at Galleryske.
October 1, 2017 - Five films from The Sari Series are on view at the current MoMA exhibit, 'Items: Is Fashion Modern?', on till January 28th 2018.
September 28, 2017 - Border&Fall's Malika Verma Kashyap and textile designer Sanjay Garg conversed in a lively discussion at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, on the sari.
August 24 - 27, 2017 - Border&Fall's Malika Verma Kashyap spoke on The Sari Series at the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival in Bhutan.
April 20, 2017 - Non-profit Nest and Border&Fall invited members of the fashion industry, press, and philanthropic supporters of craftsmanship to celebrate the sari in New York.
March 24 - 25, 2017 - Organic skincare brand Purearth and Border&Fall co-created 'Get Dirty: Masque Masterclass', a fundraiser in support of The Sari Series.
February 17 - 19, 2017 - Good Earth presented 'Forever Sari', a multi-designer sari preview and conversation moderated by Border&Fall.
February 4 - 5, 2017 - 'The ____ sari. What does it mean to you?' A weekend long sari celebration with Aneeth Arora, Sanjay Garg and Malika Verma Kashyap.