TWO POINT TWO is a genderless, all-inclusive and sustainable fashion label. It is very characteristically non-demographic and anti-conformist. It aspires to refashion a world that illuminates the very fluidity of gender and humanity. It celebrates individuality, confidence, freedom of expression and diversity and support individuals to express themselves in their own way. Two Point Two believes that beauty exists in each and every soul and wants to build a community of such beautiful souls irrespective of their age, race, gender, size or any other societal categorization that exists and divides humans. The most important thing is finding perfection in the imperfections; about embracing one’s uniqueness, quirkiness and weirdness and expressing it through clothing even if it’s something unusual because that is what sets you apart from the rest. Owning up to being “Typically Atypical” is the motto.
Two Point Two has won various awards including the prestigious international awards “Scouting for India” by Vogue Talents and FAD, Future of Fabric award by Swatch On Korea, Grazia Young Fashion Awards, etc. Two Point Two has also dressed the international singing sensation Brandy Norwood for the Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet and Karan Johar for his appearance on the hit show Big Boss among many others.
About the Designer
ANVITA SHARMA — an Economics Graduate from Hindu College, Delhi University and a Masters in Finance from Durham University, UK — went on to pursue her Graduation in fashion first from Istituto Marangoni, Milan and then Paris. She then interned with some established names of the industry in both India and abroad like Rick Owens, Paris and Nachiket Barve, Bombay. Post her return to India, she launched the label Two Point Two. Her inspirations depict an amalgamation of the various philosophies, traditions and artistic sensibilities of the different countries and cultures she has lived in and experienced first-hand. A very strong Japanese aesthetic fused with certain characteristics of the West and techniques and detailings of the Indian arts and embroideries form the basis of Two Point Two. She is an avid supporter of individuality and diversity and aims to facilitate an inclusive engagement and discussion through her work. Every collection speaks against the discrimination of LGBTQIA+ and other marginalized communities and pays homage to those struggling to find their place in our conventional society.