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Abhishek Agarwal: 'I want to build India's equivalent of LVMH'
Talking numbers with the founder of Purple Style Labs, India’s biggest fashion conglomerate
World Environment Day 2023: In conversation with designers on the importance of slow fashion
It’s time to go slow with slow fashion. Designer Rocky S, Kriti Tula, designer and founder of Doodlage, Shalini James of Mantra and Pratibha Goel who uses gamcha for making clothes explains about the importance of slow fashion.
EXCLUSIVE | Shobhaa De: ‘Food as a powerful metaphor for all that is precious and pleasurable in life’
In conversation with writer Shobhaa De on her memoir Insatiable, her relation with food, living life to the fullest at 75, dealing with an ageist society and more.
How Demon Copperhead revitalizes Dickens for a new era
Barbara Kingsolver's Pulitzer-winning novel masterfully adapts the class issues and political concerns of Dickens' David Copperfield.
Booker-winning novel Time Shelter and the Quest to Reclaim the Past
Georgi Gaspadinov's International Booker-winning novel paints a vivid picture of nostalgics obsessed with the past--and also of Alzheimer's and dementia patients.
Food Friday | Serving the memories of mom
Preserving and serving the memories of mom with love.
From Pine Cone to The Law of Love, 7 rainbow films to watch this Pride Month
The 14th edition of KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival, South Asia's biggest LGBTQ+ film festival will be held June 7 - 11, 2023 at Liberty Cinema, and June 8 - 10, 2023 at Alliance Française de Bombay
Kanika Goyal: 'A sneaker could be a luxury item'
A new mass label and a show at New York Fashion Week, Goyal is everything all at once
Homecoming Tour–India in May: After their tour, 3 song mixes from Penn Masala's Midnight Oil to be on playlist
Their album ‘Midnight Oil’ is a perfect showcase of their talent and creativity, with each track blending together different genres and cultures
Payal Singhal: 'I make contemporary Indian clothing for South Asian women'
Three generations in design, and dressing Aishwarya Rai at age 15, Singhal’s fashion is still young and bohemian
Varun Bahl: 'Knew I was going to be in fashion by the time I was in grade six or seven'
A well-to-do family in the business of exporting garments, schooling at Modern School, and supportive parents who were only too glad to see him sign up for National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), New Delhi.
World Dance Day: Natya Tarangini celebrates Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav- Guru Shishya Parampara
The performances featured a combination of gurus and their shishyas. The idea behind the series was to showcase the rich Indian tradition of Guru-Shishya teachings and exchange.
Habitat Film Festival: The pan India festival to have premiere of films in 17 different languages
Mrinal Sen retrospective, memoriam films on Satish Kaushik, Pradeep Sarkar and a lot of filmmakers are coming for their films.
ZEE5 Global collaborates with the Mayor of London to celebrate 'Eid in the Square'
Hailed as one of the biggest community-based events in London, this year it was all about celebrating family, education and innovation. The event saw both London residents and visitors explore the best of Islamic art, history, and culture.
Hindu goddess Kali posing like Marilyn Monroe: Ukraine sparks outrage in India
The artwork resembles a picture of Marilyn from 1954's The Seven Year Itch where the actress' white dress famously billowed up following a gust of wind.
Gauravi Kumari: 'I've learned so much working with the women at the foundation'
Gauravi has introduced the an online and a retail store for the The Princess Diya Kumari Foundation. The foundation encourages Rajasthani crafts and supports the livelihood of local women.
Is slow fashion the way forward for a clean earth
Slow fashion is perhaps the most important step towards reducing the harmful impact of fashion. Every individual can make a big difference by the power of conscious consumption, so choose well with your money. Here is what some of the home-grown designers have to say.
Rahul Ranjan speaks about his book on memorializing Birsa Munda in today's India
A scholar reflects on the use of memory as a political tool in contemporary Jharkhand
King Charles’ Coronation: Quiche, the hero and the signature dish
The coronation of King Charles is happening on May 6 and the royal family is all geared up for a weekend of celebrations. And the coronation quiche is the hero of the ceremony.
Aadyam's Manish Saksena: 'Indian is not necessarily ethnic'
He is a textile savant as well as a marketing maven. He talks about Aditya Birla Group's social enterprise and homegrown businesses must draw from the villages.