Madame Tussauds launched in the Indian capital last week, and visitors can expect hours of heady indulgence while posing with their favourite celebrities.
A group of creative entrepreneurs and product designers have set out to mark Jaipur as the design capital of India. They believe that though Jaipur is a World Craft City, we need to make a special effort to sustain and incentivize traditional crafts.
New homegrown beauty brands are offering nature-based and Ayurvedic beauty remedies to suit the sensibilities and lifestyles of Indian millennials.
Tabloid favourite, international jetsetter and celebrity designer, Ashish N Soni recounts his fashionable journey as he celebrates 25 years of his label this year.
Sari designers Swati Agarwal and Sunaina Jalan are reviving the art of Banarasi zari to make it economically viable and aesthetically breathtaking.
Born at the intersection of design and technology, fashion and lifestyle label Nicobar has an unconventional branding and marketing strategy that is all set to change the way modern Indians shop.
The UAE-based MD of Lulu Exchange Holdings Adeeb Ahamed introduced popular international restaurant chains to India. This year, he is playing with toys and fashion.
The Bollywood actress and fashion icon sure knows how to grab eyeballs. What is it that makes her social-media feed irresistible?
A fearless crop of jewellery designers is changing the way Indians and Indophiles adorn themselves, using craft-based intricacies and unlikely materials. I spoke to six enterprising bauble creators.
The 40-year journey of haute couturiers Lecoanet Hemant from Paris to Delhi is one of restless change and a constant pushing of boundaries.
Launched less than four years ago, Sufi Wines have created a stir on the American east coast, with wine blends made in France that go perfectly with spicy Indian cuisines. Meet Sam Bhatia, the man behind the Mirza Ghalib range of wines.
A new breed of app designers and internet entrepreneurs are changing the landscape of fashion retail in India.
Hugely popular design retailers Good Earth and Nicobar are both a culmination of risky business decisions that appear sound only in retrospect. Here is what it takes to reinvent, twice, the modern Indian concept of luxury