Indigenously crafted clothing

A long yet conscious supply chain handcrafts its produts with care……. Indigene– a girl next door label is thriving on its simplicity in separates. It tacitly agrees with my summer essential requirements in khadi and linen; gives more room to experiment with accessories to easily live with a capsule wardrobe. So here I am sharing details of a design and clothing company that mediates…

Karin’s clothing propensity….

In between several big fat Indian weddings, with colour and bling taking the centre stage, for me Karin Kock’s simple organic and handcrafted clothes for new borns – 2 yr olds, at the recent Dastkar Mela, in New Delhi, was a serious antidote. Initially while speaking to her about her reasons to settle in India, I couldn’t stop admiring…

Love thy sari and its loom

I’ve always loved the rituals of a festival, could be of any religion. They are reasons for me to make merry more often than not. So when I chanced upon Jyoti Reddy’s contemporary yet traditional saris during the sari exhibition curated by the Crafts Council of India, a month and half ago, I mentally put…

Empowerment….. an uplifting fashion

Few weeks ago I received an email of Fayakun Design Studio‘s  latest collection ‘Sufaid’– true to its name the straight simple lines are constructed in pure white cotton from a particular loom in West Bengal, with hints of lime coloured cotton procured from Dastkaar Andhra which gives an ethereal look. With a quest for more apt clothing…