Mumbai Brings Back The Lil Flea

 

Mumbai’s ​uber-cool​ flea market, The Lil Flea is turning ​3​

Mumbai’s ​uber-cool ​flea market, The Lil Flea (TLF), is turning ​3​ and is putting up quite a celebration for ​2 consecutive weekends at the beautiful JIO GARDEN, BKC. With over 2​5​0 pop-up shops​, ​​60+ food and desserts at the Lil Cafe​, and a festival-like lineup of indie music bands, Mumbai folks are in for a treat!

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Sushmita Sen walks for Sashi Vangapalli at Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017

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Bollywood’s glam goddess, Sushmita Sen walks in a stunning piece for Hyderabad-based fashion designer, Sashi Vangapalli on the final day of Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017.

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Disha Patani walked for Jayanti Reddy at Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017

Showstopper Disha Patani for Jayanti Reddy at LFW SR 17 (2)

Bollywood diva, Disha Patani walked for Hyderabad-based designer Jayanti Reddy on the final day of Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017. The actress graced the runway with embroidered, ink blue lehenga and choli combination that had a cream, polka dotted, gotta patti dupatta adorned with huge tassels.

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Khari Baoli: Asia’s Biggest Wholesale Spice Market In Delhi

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Khari Baoli cannot be an unknown place to you, if you have taken long walks on the streets of old Delhi. The largest spice bazaar in Asia, seated very close to the magnificent Red Fort, adjacent to Fatehpuri Masjid – this place is not only a wholesale market for masalas, but is also a very popular tourist destination. To watch how spices of different colours, aroma and flavor are loaded by rusty hands, carried and unloaded – is a magical marvel in itself.

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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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