What do props from A Passage To India, Lord Cornwallis’s mapmaker & enamel cookware have in common? Visit this new store in Cooke Town to find out.
In the market for a homegrown alternative to Forest Essentials? Check out this little store, hidden deep inside the Aurobindo Ashram campus.
Beneath the carpets of this 93 year-old company we find stories that Marquez would be proud of.
Say hello to darjis who deliver blouses in two hours, expertly cut 70’s bell bottoms and craft poofy white wedding gowns.
Sanjay Garg, designer and don draper extraordinaire opens his first stand-alone store in Bangalore, with saris that will bring all the boys to your yards.
From the makers of Happily Unmarried, these new beauty buys for boys smell like cinnamon and cigar rooms, and encourage bad Bangkok behaviour.
Browse gorgeous coffee table books that tell you about Delhi, Dali, Manga characters and the heroines of Indian art.
A 150 year-old shop at Mumbai's Mutton Street lit up the iconic Bollywood film, and can brighten your home too.
This Ramzan, we’re out shopping with trendy women of Mumbai's Dawoodi Bohra community, who scour Pydhonie for lace & buttons to fancy up their ridas.
As we long for Rosie's ruby-studded gloves and Balraj's bags but not baggage, the film's stylist Niharika Bhasin sends over her contact list.
Hand picked by supermodel Kanishtha Dhankar & her sister, The Rack Space is a nomadic line of clothes sourced from stores across the world.
Simran Chaudhury started by knitting clothes for dolls, went to NIFT, designed for Abraham & Thakore & now makes soft clothes because she’s allergic to polyester.