It is refreshing for us to write, as it must be for you to read, about a new Bandra-Khar store that doesn’t get its merchandise from Bangkok.
What’s it going to be this morning? The one an intern from Singapore designed or the one that Jhumpa Lahiri’s Gogol Ganguli wore in 1968, as a freshman at Yale?
In addition to organising cool events, the shop sold queer literature, fun knick knacks and sexy staples. Fake lashes and fur handcuffs, you will be missed.
The merchandise here has nosedived, devolving into footwear that can charitably be described as hoochy-mama.
Yes, the Birkin was there, in all its unimaginative, wincingly-expensive glory. Exactly how expensive? If you have to ask, darling, you can’t afford it.
As was the case with its predecessor Zoya, this fashion store isn’t going to blow the doors off your wardrobe.
Here’s a spot of shopping sun, brought across the Sea Link to transform a dark, depressing Colaba loft with colourful dresses and a beachy vibe.
Say it with hand-drawn postcards, a wooden heart bench, snow drenched chandeliers or most effectively, a sequinned bikini.
See pastel stripes by Kashmir Loom, juicy jumpsuits & adorable Pero baby dresses that make a better case for marriage than anything our mums have ever argued.
This month, land on your feet with two amazing sock brands, join the baby-sitter's club and learn about what's grocer than plastic.
These girls are straight out of your fantasies, and bring along their own fish-nets, tissue lights and torture devices.
Kitsch’s collection of accessories is small, limited to oversized Marc by Marc Jacobs bags, Lanvin pumps, and a delish Stella McCartney chain-edged tote.