Be Loved – by Paras and Shalini

Geisha Designs by Paras and Shalini

Geisha Designs by Paras and Shalini

This gorgeous collection brings to mind notes of vintage-y affairs juxtaposed with gothic spirit—so subtle, delicate, and yet so powerful in its approach. The authoritative design philosophy of designer duo, Paras and Shalini reflects in every inch of this new line. Geisha Designs have come out with a stunning collection once again and I absolutely love the outfits—apt for women who abide by the saying “bold and beautiful”.

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An Early Frost by Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna

Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna

Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna

Seasons come and fade; and with each season come the greatness of beauty and joy. Yet, winter always presents a harsh beauty—cold and icy, yet spectacular in its own chosen ways. Sometimes, the frost tends to creep in our lives on early notes and existence seems to be fragile and cruel.

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Ogaan Gets Digital

Applique Flower & Bird Jacket by Studio Petticoat. Pink Moon Jhumkis by Neelum Narang.

Applique Flower & Bird Jacket by Studio Petticoat. Pink Moon Jhumkis by Neelum Narang.

After completing 25 years of retail operations, this year Ogaan is excited to announce the launch of its online store, Ogaan.com. Ogaan’s highly curated collections promoting crafts, textiles and made in Indian luxury are now just a click away.

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Geisha Designs by Paras and Shalini for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Geisha Designs by Paras and Shalini for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Geisha Designs by Paras and Shalini for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Designer duo Paras and Shalini, presented an evening wear collection that takes inspiration from the idea of fossilized flowers preserved in time. The silhouettes were diverse—drapes and pleats, and maxis and separates, contrasted with romantic 50s baby doll skirts.

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Power to Women at Lakmé fashion week winter/festive 2014

Druv Kapur

Druv Kapur

Druv Kapur’s label ‘DRVV’ showcased stunning garments that depicted after-effects of a battleground, wherein the fighting woman emerged stronger and bolder. The garments were primal and eclectic, which depicted resurrected soldier. Untamed and unstructured in construction with textures handcrafted from silk, it was minimal.

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