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.
The 40-year journey of haute couturiers Lecoanet Hemant from Paris to Delhi is one of restless change and a constant pushing of boundaries.
A new breed of app designers and internet entrepreneurs are changing the landscape of fashion retail in India.
A quiet revolution is taking place in fashion as a minimalistic, comfort-driven new aesthetic takes over clothing and accessories. One thing unites them all: a fierce love for Indian craft and heritage, and a keen understanding of global winds of change.
A classic moccasin inspired by the buttonhole detail, Zegna's new Asola shoes weigh only 280 grams and are perfect for the travelling man who seeks style without compromising comfort. Italians, in fact, wear them without socks.
Ace Indian couturier JJ Valaya has straddled the world of interiors, photography and art with ease. Aekta Kapoor talks to the man behind the magic.
Diamond brand Forevermark has tied up with ace Indian couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee for a new collection of jewels, titled Zanyah. This is Mukherjee’s first line of fine jewellery, and going by his previous oeuvre of work, promises to be exquisite.
For sure, Jeff Koons is one of the most talked about living artists of the 21st century. But that is not the only reason why a new collaboration between luxury major Louis Vuitton and Koons made it to the headlines. The collection has proved to be as controversial and provocative as Koons himself.
While 3D printing has been increasingly explored in jewellery-making of late, Isharya's founders Gauri and Radhika Tandon have created an entire collection using state-of-the-art 3D printed technology, making them the first in India to do so.
In the past two decades, the fashion industry has no doubt matured and developed a more organised infrastructure of fashion weeks, commercially driven ramp shows and a backbone of PR managers, professional stylists and choreographers. But another factor has taken firm root along the warp and weft of Indian fashion: the star power of Bollywood.
With designers and multi-label stores quickly adapting to virtual reality, the Indian fashion scene is all set for a digital revolution.
Supermodel, jewellery designer, femme fatale – Kirat Young’s charmed life is a tale of spunk and derring-do, from boarding school in Dehradun to Parisian high society.
As the fashion landscape booms with more designers, retailers and e-commerce players, Devangi Parekh of Aza Fashions plans to be a critical part of this expansion.