Happy e-Mujis, indifferent clothes and Tokyo-honey fantasy surrounds you at the Japanese brand’s first Indian store.
Designer Sanjay Garg has his eye on a new Colaba space. Read on to know about his silk route from Delhi to Bombay.
And spray for your hair, face cream inspired by her grandmum’s golden champas and a free bottle of after-shave for your boyfriend.
Sunita Namjoshi of Yamini and Bandit Queen also runs an export house that makes home linen for Crate & Barrel and Jamie Oliver. Your stable is set.
After designing for the likes of Kenzo and Chanel, Shenali Sema and Rinzin Lama’s new made-to-measure brand debuts quietly and without a name. Well, kind of.
Back from Paris and London, Obataimu’s post hiatus-happiness is evident in boho frocks, swaddle wraps for grown-ups and Kiss & Tell letter papers.
Sky Goodies glues itself to Chuim Village, selling stationery and DIY craft kits for grown ups. Tear along the besotted line.
Minutes before her Mumbai-Paris flight, we convince the embroidery designer for Erdem & Alexander Wang to make your dress too. See you at baggage claim!
Shop for multilayered necklaces fashioned from jute and steel, deceptively delicate rings and a fat elephant bracelet.
Soap & Glory, Benefit, Burt’s Bees and other awesome beauty brands make their Bombay debut here.
This 50 year old Lion Gate shop sews uniforms for the navy, sells camouflage fabric to civilians and dresses movie stars in military costumes.
In a space overrun by a dog called Bonzie, Jay Ramrakhiani sells silk saris woven in 2 Benares villages. PS: He just shipped off a brocade jacket to Angelina Jolie.