The labels occupy the space like two sulky roommates who can’t get along. There is no cohesion & the sales staff doesn't suggest a necklace to go with the dress you're trying. We hope the girls make up soon.
We’re not wild about the label (it's too bridge-and-tunnel, a hangover from our New York days) but if you are, note that Spring/Summer '14 treats abound.
Spread across one floor in Adhchini, the store currently houses five models of Vespa LX 125 in jewel colours: volcanic black, dragon red, midnight blue and canary yellow.
“The idea of Dhoop is that you can get everything from a craft kit to a Rs 20,000 chair,” says owner Aradhana, who's making room for larger pieces.
Here, we filled our shopping bags with mini chocolate tarts (food), heart pajamas (clothing) and a motorcycle handle turned into a lamp (shelter).
Celebrity-endorsed posters, film songs, Bollywood standees - You will find none of these at actor Salman Khan's new fashion store for men.
We heard the name and imagined a couple passionately entwined, rolling down a grassy hill scattered with apples, colour bombs going off in the background.
Even if it's but a miniscule sliver of the Grand Bazaar, Bandra's new lifestyle store has patches of Turkey in its random landscape.
Neha Sethi takes her cookie business from wagon to warehouse, as she ditches her TATA Nano for a brand new store.
Packing for trips to New York and Goa, we found we could shop for both at the cultish British brand, now at Palladium.
Why must we still rest against cushions with ‘Basanti’ scrawled across them; purse our lips against Buddha coffee mugs; carry iPad sleeves stamped with vintage cars?
A fancy new store sells rooibos, black rice and jackfruit papad. Whole(some) Foods is here.