A celebrity and ad film stylist launches her own clothing label, filling a Bandra workshop with black, white and beige separates you’ll wear everyday.
Beneath the carpets of this 93 year-old company we find stories that Marquez would be proud of.
Rumor has it that Khamisa at Crawford Market made padded bras for Meena Kumari. 50 years later, they’re just as big.
Award-winning interior designer Pinakin Patel takes a break from pop-up luxe cabins to make dresses that look like birds. Go figure.
The fashion designer, who recently completed a decade in the industry, reveals his favorite Delhi shopping destinations. Prepare for some surprises.
From the makers of Happily Unmarried, these new beauty buys for boys smell like cinnamon and cigar rooms, and encourage bad Bangkok behaviour.
The Canadian footwear brand skips into Mumbai with waterproof shoes in colours like cockatoo pink & grass green, right in time for the monsoon.
Browse gorgeous coffee table books that tell you about Delhi, Dali, Manga characters and the heroines of Indian art.
Jeans that come from a boyfriend’s heart and a white dress that turns it to juice – yummy!
A 150 year-old shop at Mutton Street lit up the iconic Bollywood film, and can brighten your home too.
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.
This Ramzan, we’re out shopping with trendy women of the Dawoodi Bohra community, who scour Pydhonie for lace & buttons to fancy up their ridas.