Sonya Vajifdar began creating conscious couture out of natural materials and upcycled waste after encountering Buddhism.
Shubhika Davda’s edgy fashion label Papa Don’t Preach defines its muse as “a ribbon around a bomb” and is meant for a “perfectly flawed girl”.
With their jewellery label Outhouse, sisters Kaabia and Sasha Grewal are carving out an unexpected niche for themselves.
Ishrat Sahgal makes luxurious carpets out of sari scrap, giving upcycling a new meaning, says Anupam Dabral.
Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) recently concluded its 10th Couture Week at a week-long extravaganza in Delhi, and as expected, the biggest couturiers of the country lined up to showcase their pieces. Here are the pieces that got our attention.
Inspired by her family of freedom fighters, academicians and craft lovers, Karishma Shahani Khan reinterprets India through her label Ka-Sha.
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She creates down-to-earth saris for the high and mighty. Anavila Misra’s latest collection takes forward her love affair with linen and India