From the house of Rathore

Roora by Ritam

Roora by Ritam

The first appearance of a Bandhgala worn by a woman dates back to 20 years ago. They are no longer restricted to the male wardrobe only. Women are now sporting them flawlessly with pencil pants, harem trousers, saris and even lehengas. It is suitable for occasions such as weddings, cocktails and more. And since this season demands a potpourri of traditional and contemporary blend of fashion, here’s an inspiring collection of Bandhgalas brought to you by label Roora by Ritam.

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Voiix – Redefining Indian Couture

Voiix by Saiba and Maneet

Voiix by Saiba and Maneet

Voiix, a woman’s clothing label by Saiba and Maneet is bending genres and redefining the stereotypes of Indian dressing sensibilities.
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The Inner Shift by Amy Billimoria

Amy Billimoria

Amy Billimoria

A contemporary line of Spring Summer 2015, this collection draws inspiration from the evolution of higher levels of consciousness and is a strong portrayal of the self within.

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Casa Pop Fashion by Raseel Gujral Ansal

Casa Pop Store

Casa Pop Store

Raseel Gujral Ansal of Casa Paradox, the celebrated label of design and innovation, unveiled an exclusive fashion line, Casa Pop Fashion at Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. The all new showcase from the House of Casa is a composition of design innovations by Ansal herself. This one-of-a-kind fashion concept presents a range of limited edition apparels, jewellery and accessory pieces that ferment the brand’s legacy in vivacious glamour whilst ensuring it caters to consumers from all segments.

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Creating magic with basic ingredients—Urvashi Kaur

Urvashi Kaur for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Urvashi Kaur for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Urvashi Kaur’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection ‘Ziran’ digs deep into ethnic communities, wanderlust and incongruent cultural interests and journeys. Inspired by the nomadic folk of Xining, China, the collection focused on reusing classy fabrics like, malkha, khamir, linen with frayed edges, chanderi and matka, with the insertion of denims this season.

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