Monday, October 5, 2015

FDCI Presents Amazon India Fashion Week SS'16

The much awaited Amazon India Fashion Week is finally here! I cannot wait to see what the participating designers have in store for the buyers, media and all the hungry fashion moguls. And most importantly we will get to know what's "new", What's "in" and what's "out" for SS2016! Let's not forget that fashion is always almost a year forward ;-)

I'm really excited about the Reviving Banarasi weaves at Grand Finale Show of Amazon India Fashion Week where 16 designers come together to recreate Banaras to celebrate the rich textile heritage of India.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Nike Roshe

Who isn’t a fan of Nike? From their sports collection to lifestyle wear, Nike has always made the greatest sneakers. I’ve always gravitated so much towards their simple yet classic aesthetics. More than fit and aesthetics, Nike has also become a staple of cultural iconography. Whether it’s through advertising, music or sports, Nike have cultured a dedicated and growing audience. And I have to admit I’m one of their biggest fan.

Having said all that, it was such a privilege to be a part of the Nike’s newly launched sneaker Nike Roshe Campaign.

Somewhere in the fall of 2010, Nike designer, Dylan Raasch began to develop a unique running inspired lifestyle lifestyle-sneaker.  Influenced by the principles of Zen Buddhism, the shoe’s design and the name directly represent the simplicity that’s best embodied by a Zen master – also known as a Roshi.

The aesthetic of the Nike Roshe, if you look closely, is directly inspired by the visual of a Zen master meditating in his Zen garden, right down to the detail of the sole, which represents the stepping stone pattern of the garden. It is incredibly light and minimal and that’s one feature which strikes me the most!

Here’s my rendition on how I’d like to sway my feet away with my newly owned pair Nike Roshe Flyknit.

Friday, September 11, 2015

FEATURED: Vogue India, September 2015 Issue

I was overjoyed when Vogue India contacted me in the month of June regarding a story for their September issue.
Only a true fashion enthusiast would know and understand my joy and how big a deal this feature was.
It's more like a stepping stone to my next blogger reach.
Honestly, it was such a struggle to keep this news to myself for 3 months.
But the wait was worth it. I thank the Vogue Team for the feature especially Aradhana and Pahull.

Saturday, September 5, 2015


Whilst rummaging through my wardrobe I found these two clothing (off white maxi dress and black bustier) which were lying inside for the longest time. Let me tell you, my closet is in a hot mess. Anyways, incidentally I came up with this look. Semi-Victorian and Goth look. I cannot entirely call this look as gothic as the look falls short on black accessories and dark makeup neither can I call it Victorian fashion. In fact this look contains both the elements.

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Label by Ritu Kumar

Label by Ritu Kumar presents its Autumn-Winter’15 collection armed with vibrant colors, beautiful Indian embroidery techniques and flattering silhouettes.
The Autumn Winter 2015 Collection specially designed for the contemporary women offers an exclusive range of dresses, maxis, shifts, jackets, and formals in fabrics which is sure to give you that elegant look.

Embracing my own bohemian spirit once again with Ritu Kumar's AW '15 collection. I've paired the multicolored dress with floral printed dusk skirt with minimal accessories (choker for the neck) for a care-free fashion. A perfect excuse for any revival, road trip or just plain 'ole free spirit'. 
This shoot has made me realize that my boyfriend & I really need a long and relaxed weekend. I wouldn't let this month end without a short vacay with him. Done deal.