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

LUMIERE

LABEL ISHANA is for the woman who is subtle yet assertive. The organic nature of the pieces sets a tone of quiet confidence. Each piece focuses on being transformative with an underlying intention of standing out. The brand is strong yet versatile; like a woman's role in her day to day life. Firmly believing in

WILD CAT

The wild cat moves across the thick jungle on a cold misty night. It's slender body gliding through the sleepy forest , a sparkle in it's eye. It's both daunting and alluring ; changing colour with the changing sky. Label Shikha Malik's latest A/W Winter collection is all about authentic block prints created from scratch

SHARP CANDY

Label neopalaeo ;derived from english-greek language translates to "New-Ancient". Aware of the quintessential comfort quotient, they create a young and a modern view on your everyday essentials that combines traditional handcrafted techniques from various regions of Rajasthan blending them with unique designs and contemporary colour schemes. With vibrant colours and modern silhouettes they're created a

NOOR

'The Silk Road', the phrase conjures up a time-worn image of caravans and camels on dusty desert roads carrying their rich textiles, exotic weaves and spices.  Samarkand, one of the greatest ancient cities lay right in the heart of this route. Jodi's  new collection Noor is an ode to this time in history. Samarkand was

MATERIAL GREYS

Between the beloved black and white there is the lesser known grey. The grey area where art meets fashion and fashion meets sustainability. They grey area is where Doodlage comes into play.A hip, eco-fashion brand Doodlage does not mass produce clothing and just like two doodles that never quite look the same, each of their upcycled garments

NOOL

Nool(Tamil for ‘thread’) is an apparel and home furnishing label tucked away, off National Highway 47, in Erode (prounanced Ee-rode) in the heart of South India. The Nool label grew out of an imperative need to sustain handloom weaving – a craft on the verge of extinction.Nool, or thread, is the language of our existence.

THE CORNER BUNGALOW

As much as I love wearing a pretty dress and tank tops there is an old world charm that comes along with wearing a saree. Something so timeless and unique about the sari. Every sari tells a story and I mean that quite literally- the amount of work and skill that goes in producing say

DIARIES OF A NOMAD

Being the daughter of an Army Officer; the title resonates with me. I have been brought up in more than thirteen cities and towns across the country, making tons of friends around the world and experiencing different cultures. Each city leaves an imprint- small or big they shape your personality. From the boisterous Bathinda to