Chandrani Siingh Fllora presents MRITYUNJAY

Chandrani Siingh Fllora

Chandrani Siingh Fllora

Chandrani’s Autumn/Winter collection, Mrityunjay is her tribute to Lord Shiva. Mrityunjay, another name for Shiva is for attaining patience and power to regain positivity by shedding all negatives of life and soul. Symbols of Shiva like the trishul, conch shell and cannabis leaf have been incorporated in the prints and embroidery of the pieces.

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Kandaghat – travel journal by Vernika Awal

Kandaghat

Kandaghat

Imagine waking up in the morning to a steaming cup of coffee, at a place surrounded by lush green hills, chirping birds and a nip in the air. Wouldn’t it be an ideal setup for all of us who’re craving for simplicity in the hectic urban lives that we lead? Well, you know you deserve a break like this once in a while. So head to the hills and breathe in some freshness into that exhausted body!

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Herbal teas – my winter favourites

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Photo Credit: 7-themes.com

For me, winter is all about cozying up, comforting hot beverages, barbeque parties on the rooftop, sitting by the fireplace and of course, soaking in the magic of festive celebrations. Winter really does feel blissfully beautiful unless the flu gets the better of you! I am perpetually sneezing and coughing during winter months but over the last few years, I got introduced to various kinds of herbal teas that are not only great for your body and immune system but also, are great agents of detoxification and healing. So let me show you my three best friends for winter months.

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Our Sunday Journal

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Last Sunday was all about self-pampering. Great food, sparkling city-lights marking the onset of festivals, fragrance-laden autumn air, a soul-stirring SPA therapy and some comfort food kept us real busy.

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The Season of Non-specifics – Shruti Sancheti

Shruti Sancheti's collection

Shruti Sancheti’s collection

Tell us about en vogue summer trends…

This summer the focus is on non-season specifics, norm core, Bohemian-inspired, and retro looks. The look is minimalistic yet trendy, tribal yet au courant and 1970’s with a contemporary twist. Midis, jumpsuits, long skirts, spliced skirts, maxis, crop tops, throws and jackets in summer fabrics like linen, khadi, cotton, summer silk ,neoprene are popular. Detailing like zippers, pockets, fringes along with tribal embroidery, tie n dye, and ombre dyeing are extremely popular. Accessories like metallic sunglasses, interesting neckpieces, belts, and sneakers and brogues are trending this summer.

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