Refuting the servitude of sweatshop economies, Bibi Russell, Asian Supermodel & UN Ambassador for Fashion, gave up her career, to return to flood ravaged Bangladesh, to singlehandedly save lives of 100000 weavers by reviving grassroots crafts. Questioning why nations fueling global retail - India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Srilanka - don't have a single local label. Saving dying crafts across the silken route, braving fashion conspiracies , challenging corrupt socio-political agendas, bombs and threats, this modern Gandhi, uses indigenous materials, local talent, revamping 10000year old cultures to re-shape eastern cultural identities being washed away by neo-colonialism. Educating, employing, empowering local crafts/ design communities on using regional resources, resurrecting traditions to build sustainable national brands, on principles of fair trade, she builds green economies that give dignity of design and labor back to the east. Sacrificing her personal and professional this weaver of a million dreams, usesshimmering colored threads works one village at a time, sharing space with the people whose life she transforms.As outsource falters, Bibi's green dream becomes a reality providing sustainable livelihood for millions of garment industry workers in most marginalized environments.