It is commendable that so many celebrities and other successful people related to the field of fashion are turning to more charitable avenues. Dipika Gupta is a Canadian fashion designer and vegan skincare expert focused on improving the living standards of the underprivileged in her native country of India and those around her who are in need of education due to poor financial conditions. She believes in the all-inclusive ideology and social justice for everyone, regardless of ethnicity or gender.
KAVI KAVI is a successful brand that aims to conquer the US market. Based in Montreal, from an early age, Dipika channeled her love of fashion and design into a career that led to success in both the North American continent and India. From 2006 to 2017, her brand KAVI KAVI exhibited her collections at L’Oreal Fashion Week, and her clothes appeared in Elle Canada, Flare Canada, and Vision magazine of Beijing.
Now, she has embarked on a whole new journey based on her vegetarian upbringing – she has launched a vegan skincare line that is attracting vegan beauty enthusiasts globally. The products are guaranteed to be cruelty-free and paraben-free, making them an excellent choice for all skin types.
Since childhood, Dipika’s personality formed on the ethical ideas of philanthropy. Her Southeast Asian heritage is about cultural diversity, which gave birth to the all-embracing ideology. She believes that her strengths come from her intense and vibrant background. This is also why Dipika is all about helping and understanding the people around her. She believes that while charity helps whenever there is an immediate need for giving, our societies need more people with a philanthropic approach who can plan strategic efforts to make a change.
While both charity and philanthropy can bring about positive change in a community. However, she thinks they are two different, much-needed approaches to solving the existing social dilemma. Dipika says, “We want to address both the root cause and the immediate need to completely rule out poor living standards.”
The most important thing that Dipika believes we should focus on is the ultimate goal; to give back to society and to extend help to everyone, no matter where they come from. Philanthropy and charity should be available and open to everyone. Even small amounts of volunteering can go a long way to ensure success.
Dipika believes that if you have even a little extra money to spare, that is great. If making a financial donation is impossible, she suggests that people invest their time and talents to create a difference. We can each choose the path of positivity to impact this world positively. Using our individual talents and skills, we can work together and make this world better. Coming from a South Asian heritage strongly imbued in vegetarian traditions and cultures, Dipika personifies her rich North Indian origins. She is currently focused on supporting families in the Mumbai slums and plans on helping them through education, influencing their children to have a better future.