For those who liked my ‘Indianwear’ posts recently and wanted more – here goes! A lovely blue and silver work anarkali suit by Magnolia…Read More
The options to purchase Indianwear online are increasing by the day and it really does make me jump for joy when well established designers…Read More
After a month long break from the blog, I’m back you guys! Happy to be back because constant sharing on instagram can be somewhat…Read More
The festive season is in full swing and I wanted to bring in Diwali with this lovely Indian outfit courtesy Soch.in Soch opened it’s…Read More
I recently had a day wedding to attend and was just not in the mood to dress up in extensive Indianwear. But, you know,…Read More
I have been going to a whole lot of Indian wedding functions lately which has completely shifted my focus on Indianwear for the time…Read More
Its no secret that the festive season is here and is only going to get bigger. We all have plans of attending WEDDINGS in…Read More
Jenjum Gadi who was one half of the label KOGA sometime back now has his own label. Not afraid to experiment with materials, this time Jenjum has focussed on ‘Gota Work’. Using it in a way that is very different from the traditional Indianwear, he has given the concept of Gota a breath of fresh air! For example the jacket that is featured here, you will never be able to realize that its surface ornamentation has been done using ‘Gota’ but go close and you’ll see what I’m talking about. His collection ranges from some aggressive modernist gota usage to minimal ethereal forms and usage.