Anouk, a fashion brand from Myntra, unveiled a new collection in collaboration with Masaba, which masterfully combines quirky designs of Masaba with contemporary ethnic styles of Anouk. The trendsetting signature line ‘Masaba for Anouk’ offers stylish apparel in bright colours and eccentric patterns, bringing cheer to traditional ethnic wear. ‘Masaba for Anouk’ collection is young, unapologetic and demands responsibility of being the centre of attention.
Global Desi Fall 2015 collection #TripAway
Is a getaway working its way up on your agenda? Then, it’s definitely time to kit yourself out with Global Desi’s latest Fall collection – Trip Away. This latest offering from Global Desi gives wings to your sartorial senses, allowing you to forgo the beaten track and carve your own global fashion boulevard. Whether you’re an avid globetrotter or a newbie nomad, Global Desi has you covered, for your next #TripAway.
Summer House Café
Ambience: Located in Aurbindo Place Market, Summer House Café is a statement in its self. Serving cuisine from world over, this standalone café has a certain noir element to it. Conventional wooden décor sets the mood on an eccentric level. The restaurant has two seating areas—a rooftop, open air seating arrangement and a customary closed setup downstairs with a huge open space, accommodating a house full of people dancing to techno, house, lounge and psychedelic trance music.
Barrels came into being out of sheer passion of five friends, who have no background in the gastronomy industry. I love it when people turn their passion into reality and take their fair share of risk. In the end, you have to love what you do! Priyanka, Amar, Debashish, Keshav and Akshay have built this space to crystallise what they all stand for—downright foodies! A space housing interesting graffiti work, 3D sculptures, great music and a very diverse culinary platter, I’d say, you must step into Barrels for some eccentric dining experience.
Alpana & Neeraj at the Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015
Alpana & Neeraj took the audience by surprise at the Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015, with their quirky take on Japanese culture. Their collection brought forth a rather unusual amalgamation of eccentric cuts and asymmetrical silhouettes. What stood out the most was the atypical yet bold usage of the bow motif.