ULTRA BRIGHTS

With Pantone announcing UltraViolet as the colour of the season it was only a matter of time before it made it's way into my wardrobe.  The ultra rich, ultra bright colour can seem quite intimidating.  The guide to wear ultra brights is to partner them up with tones that match their level of crazy! Don't

LIME&HONEY

The deeper we delve into history, and the wider we travel across the world, a wealth of timeless treasures waiting to be contemporarized emerges. The label Sejal Jain makes a humble attempt to support and revive the crafts of India and emphasises on hand craftsmanship by working closely with local craftsmen belonging to different traditional

HORIZON

Changing course from the last series with Anuj Bhutani this ensemble was styled to give a spin on the otherwise androgynous silhouettes.  The kimono style jacket has been worn as one shoulder jacket with the drawstrings playing a crucial part in creating focus around the waist which is one of the focal points of a

IN THE FOREST

Anuj Bhutani knows that fashion gets people talking and what he chooses to express through his collections is the wholistic development towards a sustainable future especially in terms of fashion. With the growing number of fast fashion brands and consumerism, fashion has become a disposal commodity. Anuj's idea of fashion is to break the barriers

PLACE THE DOT

The subtle embroidery, hint of vintage with a clean and not so contemporary aesthetic is what encompasses duo, Daizy Tanwar and Tapushi Pal, behind the delectable brand DOT. Armed with the belief that fashion should be intimate and design is but an attitude, they seamlessly and harmoniously balance elements of materials and processes in the

AMARA

EASE is the brain child of two sisters based out of Mumbai with the aim of delivering ethnic wear to the modern woman. The Mumbai girls with their eccentric style, love for indigenous fabrics and hand work set out to revolutionise the way ethnic wear is looked at in India. Their identity is rooted in

OCEEDEE INDIA

If Cindrella were in real life I am sure she would have had a hard time finding the shoe that fit perfectly. We all go through the problem of "trying to break into" a shoe even though you can barely walk in them or sticking cotton soles to make them fit. Oceedee is the answer

RANGREZ

Raiman is a home grown Indian ethical clothing brand that focuses on creating fusion fashion using hand crafted textiles and techniques. They incorporate methods such as Bandhej and Block printing in silhouettes that are both modern and comfortable. Be it the slight ombre representing the morning sky or the the tiny mogra floral block prints,