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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Tales of Benarasi Weaves

Vinayak Couture

Vinayak Couture

Designer duo Asha and Gautam Gupta recently launched their exquisite handloom collection with much poise at Cavalli Café, Emporio Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. The occasion weaved layers of triumphant rustic eccentricities from the roots of Benaras (Varanasi).

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Good Luck Irani Cafe by Nida Mahmood

Good Luck Irani Cafe by Nida Mahmood

Good Luck Irani Cafe by Nida Mahmood

Style over tea and bun maska brings back memories, doesn’t it? Well, almost everyone who’s been raised in South Bombay in the glorious 90s gets filled with layers of nostalgia when they hear of Irani Cafes – some that have shut shop over time, and some that still dole out chai in bone China cups with a blob of maska (cream).

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Samant Chauhan interplays with layers of silk and zardozi work

Samant Chauhan for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Samant Chauhan for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Designer Samant Chauhan’s latest collection at the Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 exuded purity through strands of soothing colours.

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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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