The Luxury Walk-Through at Anita Dongre’s new flagship store

Anita Dongre - Qutub Store  (23)

Luxury lies in every detail that goes into the making of brand – Anita Dongre. The core philosophy of the designer and her brand ‘to revive India’s rich heirloom crafts’ manifests into tangible luxury in all of its creations.

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Rhythms of Desert By Purvi Doshi

Rhythms of Desert By Purvi Doshi

Rhythms of Desert By Purvi Doshi

Indian fashion designer Purvi Doshi showcased an exquisite collection titled ‘Rhythms of Desert’ at Bangalore Fashion Week W/F 2016. Purvi’s collection this season comprised of geometric patterns with floral highlights, coupled with a vibrant color palette, inspired by the Gypsies of the desert that are an integral part of folk art of India. The garments had a spread of oases-like Parsi embroideries incorporated with contemporary designs and silhouettes exclusively made in Khadi fabric.

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MYO presents understated luxury

MYO

MYO

Jewellery label MYO by minimalist jewellery designer Milly Ghumman presents intricately handcrafted designs that are timeless and a testimony of India’s exuberant heritage. Involving elements and artistry that has persisted through centuries and blending that with unique perspective that comes with travel to create contemporary pieces for women and men across the globe is the underlying aesthetic of this label.

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The varying colours of Indian and Tibetan arts & crafts

Dastkari Haat Samiti 2015

Dastkari Haat Samiti 2015

Jaya Jaitly, President of Dastkari Haat Samiti brings the best of Indian and Tibetan art at the 29th edition of Dastkari Haat Craft Bazaar at Dilli Haat, INA.

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With Kavita Bhartia’s return on the runway, Spring/Summer got a little more beautiful

Kavita Bhartia for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Kavita Bhartia for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Kavita Bhartia is back on the runway at Wills India Fashion Week with her super classy Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Inspired by Chintz designs, her collection pays ode to the karigars and artisans who work meticulously, far away from the limelight to convert textiles into masterpiece outfits.

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