Us paper Romeos were pleased as punch to stumble upon this online craft store, which sources the nicest art supplies from the UK, US and China.
The label now makes Indian formal wear as well, including sherwanis and bandhgalas, and does customised ties and bow ties.
Alien as a summer setting might be to Mumbaikars, we welcome these kitchen accessories into our matchbox pantries.
Stocking Frida Kahlo colouring books, storms that live in drums and Rs 50 optometry charts, Aurobodh resembles an art gallery but wants to be just the opposite.
Even ubiquitous labels seem fresh, because of unusual stock: see a straight cut kurta, devoid of weird draping, by Gaurav Gupta; and a delicious alphonso-and-cream Ritu Kumar dress.
... And quite a pair of tights they are, cut out of maroon velvet, snugly fitted with floral zardozi patches at the knees.
Go back to being a kid at this new fashion store where designers like Savio Jon achieve shrinkage with style.
Old LVs need new loves, your rubber ducky needs a stiff drink, and you need to read this.
On yellowing pages from old novels, she prints zebras and owls, preserving and presenting them with the cold air of an undertaker.
When JD's not in the kitchen whipping up meals, the motorcycle enthusiast is at his Mumbai workshop designing bags and luggage for bikers.
The motifs are classic Sabyasachi – blooming flowers and mottled colours – but they are re-imagined to fit on a hair band or an A-line shirt.
Located amidst a blue synagogue and mossy green Sabyasachi outlet, this black-and-white design store stocks stationary, maps and t-shirts.