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
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
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
There is a certain darkness that looms over us, haunting us. The ghosts of our pasts and the demons of our future staring right at us while we try to turn a blind eye to it. To the damage we've done and the damage we continue to inflict on our environment. When we talk about
'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
Poochki has been one of my favourite go to homegrown brands and I am thrilled to have been a part of their latest Autumn Winter 2017 collection. For someone who wants to learn and write about ethical/ sustainable fashion Poochki is the right place to start. The new collection is inspired from the shape of
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.
Poochki, named after their pet manx cat is the brainchild of hotelier Anirudh Chawla, and textile designer Ishanee Mukherjee. Poochki makes you look at block prints in a different light-Think fish and gecko block prints. From unconventional prints to unconventional fabrics they are on a quest to redefine Indian handicraft. What's interesting about Poochki is
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.
I know it's not summer yet but I can't wait to get back into my linen dresses and bright colours! This post is dedicated to dreaming about popsicles and to actually being one. Poonam Bhagat's SS17 evokes just that feeling- of being a human popsicle (delicious and fun ). From shift dresses to cute button