Manasa Varanasi, a true-blue Hyderabadi, shares on how she's been preparing for the contest, what it would mean to win the title and the causes close to her heart.
Hyderabad-based designers showcase the best of their designs at this year’s LFW, driving home the message of sustainable fashion.
Bigg Boss Telugu contestant Alekhya Harika walks us through her closet and tells us why she loves to keep her looks simple yet elegant.
And all things nice, that’s what Say Yes, a new brand of herbed salts, spices and flavoured sugar is all about.
With homemade soaps, cakes and candles, Naomi Anchery of Kochi is your best bet for organic hampers this festive season.
Designer Anita Dongre presents a new limited edition wedding couture line packed with punch and panache that speaks to the modern Indian woman.
Sourcing her textiles from Nadia (WB), the designer aims to employ women from various parts of the country to follow a sustainable career path.
Aditya Chawla (25), an artist from Sonipat, started painting four years ago.
Gold and silver leaf designs are on nearly every fashion blogger's feed on Instagram, Pinterest and Tumblr.
Chumbak launches a new range of accent furniture in fun colours and designs
Paint up your trunks in a solid colour and stack them up as bedside tables. You could go with regular enamel for a simpler look or shiny and metallic for glitz and glam.
Prastuti, originally a kantha label from West Bengal, has perfected the embroideries of Eastern gara and Western petit point proving that art is truly universal
You will be able to create several looks with this one palette but nothing outlandish as it only comprises warm, sober shades.
Lakshmi Manchu has set the bar high this festive season, with her series of Instagram posts in which she flaunts nine drop-dead-gorgeous sarees, ahead of Navratri.
Tarun, who owns over 20 pairs of self-crafted leather shoes, does not use flip flops or sandals.