This Deepavali, Preethi and Sarala have your need for fabulous clothes covered with their new label that’s sure to please celebration-starved hearts.
Over the years, she has used several materials, from silicone to leather to paper and metal to create new surfaces.
The Barcelona-based label, characterised by colourful patchwork, intense prints, graffiti art, asymmetry and bright colours, that has stores in over 72 countries, finally dropped anchor in India.
High-quality linen sheets are durable enough to last for decades, are antimicrobial and are airy and cooler to the touch than cotton.
There is something about the citrusy fragrance of lemons that instantly freshens your very soul.
The "Happy Bhag Jayegi", who walked a virtual ramp for designer Disha Patil at the digital edition of the Lakme Fashion Week.
The designer used experimental textiles as well as techniques to create garments from recycled material with sustainability as the central idea.
Suruchi and Anuj Khanna speak on decorating homes around the world, while building their own in Delhi.
Meet doctor designer duo, Dr Rishi Roy and Dr Vibhuti Dhaundiyal, who perform the cut-and-stitch-up job to perfection.
The second Fizzy Goblet X Rahul Mishra collection is designed with neutral bases to offset the vivid colours of Rahul's signature 3D embroidery.
As a material, concrete is versatile and can prove to be a stylish addition to your home irrespective of your décor theme - whether minimalistic, rustic chic, industrial or contemporary.
DLF marks the beginning of the festive season by daring to organise their first physical event post COVID lockdown relaxation.
The state government has banned Garba this Navratri but allowed no-contact worship of the idol or image of Goddesses.
On the decision of designing the coat, designer Manish Tripathi says, 'the meaning of design changed for me, when I started doing it for a purpose. My aim was to provide livelihood and safety.'
So, keep one just for yourself. In this pandemic, the focus shifted to practicing hand hygiene in order to ward off deadly infections.