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
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
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
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
The beauty of white is often overshadowed by it's over powering counter part - black. White is pristine, clean and pure. In a world of chaos white gives you the hope ; hope that if we all do our bit the world will indeed be a better place. Doodlage uses scrap and waste fabrics to create
The art of dressing takes time and patience. What may work for one might not work for another. To be able to really understand one's own style we must give up on what is trending and what Gigi Hadid is wearing. Maybe you like crop tops, maybe you don't ; you shouldn't feel the need
With Trump pulling out of the Paris Agreement on Climate change the world has gained perspective of what's really going on. It's great to see people coming out in support of an issue that not only affects us but generations to come but the bigger question remains- is support enough? Is putting a status cursing Donald
For summers step into looser silhouettes and lighter fabrics. The only way to survive this apocalyptic heat is to invest in statement making, comfortable and breathable fabrics. Often termed as the H silhouette it has a softer approach and looser shapes. Linens, Cottons, muslins and light weight knits are the right pick for this season.