Regenerated tweed, both light and warm

There are reasons for me to pick up the threads with this post – main ones being recycled fibres and the fashion industry being the second largest polluter in the world. It makes me happy to speak about PASHMA – an Indian label through its cashmere range is taking sustainability to another level. I had the opportunity…

Its bold colours and graphic all the way

Recently at Mahatma Mandir in Gandhinagar, Textile India 2017 shed light on ‘Make in India’ initiative. So, without digressing much, I’d like to highlight ‘Made by an Indian’ who chooses to use these very same rich woven fabrics on foreign soil.

Drape this winter

With parents having studied art at Santiniketan, one of India’s premier higher learning universities, at the time of Rabindranath Tagore; he was exposed to the best of Indian and western cultures. Tushar Kumar, even though an economics graduate was inclined towards assignments like the documentation of Saris of India (the book marigoldidary.com reviewed early this year)…