It could take you a month to cover this four-floor antique shop where you can mill around fountains, watch art films and walk through a museum of miniatures.
This Chennai store opens in Bangalore with sharp essentials, silk so-and-sos & some deja-vu dresses. A green room-style mirror in the fitting room makes it okay to throw a tantrum.
Komal Sandhu’s line of made-to-order, mid-century armchairs and sofas will ensure that you entertain the city’s best bums.
Two Bangalore cyclists have launched a performance apparel line that was field tested by India’s first international pro-cyclist. Runners, you're next.
An actor & journalist’s interpretation of Kublai Khan’s summer palace has gilded mirrors, Pondicherry pottery and a swing under a mango tree.
A new “he store” let’s you shop for hunting knives and hoodies while you get your car serviced at the garage and automobile-wash downstairs.
Ram Ceramics clearly has this thing with floors. Here’s how the family business’s tiles have been making Bangalore a lean (za)mean city for the last 30 years.
This new dress label shares its tailors with Stella McCartney and sources cotton from Madurai to ensure that your next summer is breezy.
With a stock of sunglasses, suntan lotions, eye masks and socks from local and international labels, this new store makes a good case for taking a vacation.
Rajan Tailors turn their noses up at civilian wear, focusing on sartorial needs of the Indian army & customers seeking sharp military jackets.
This new furniture store sources its leather from exporters who also supply to international fashion brands like Chloe and Hugo Boss.
Have your next classical dance costume stitched at Mani's, a workshop that has dressed grand dames of dance like Hema Malini and Vyjayanthimala.