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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Embrace the Royale Collection

Polki for Bridal from RK Jewellers

Polki for Bridal from RK Jewellers

Elegant, sophisticated, composed and raring to go, RK Jewelers are bringing together the rich diversity and splendor of Indian Royal history in its various hues and facets to create Royal jewels of heirloom quality that can be passed on from generation to generation.

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An Exquisite Blend of Diamonds and Gemstones

Bracelet by Hema S. Kothari

Bracelet by Hema S. Kothari

Wedding is the most precious day in a woman’s life and jewellery plays a very important part. Hence, to make adornments all the more exquisite for Indian brides, Hema S Kothari unveils a beautiful Bridal Diamond Jewellery Collection called Bejewelled – crafted in diamonds, Burmese rubies and gemstones.

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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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