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.
As national birds and Kolkata flowers met their fate here, so did we - a wincingly expensive red tiger print carpet. Now if only we'd find a way to earn those stripes.
If late night partying has turned beauty into a beast, she should head over to the first Mumbai outpost of this international beauty store.
Visit not when you need a little something, but when your living room could do with a big, brave piece. Because what’s cooler than a bar that's been to battle & back?
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.