In a country where high-end fashion is largely associated with occasion wear, Sachdeva offers an alternate approach to luxury: stripping off ornamentation to focus on pain-staking construction and harnessing Indian artisanal techniques to create utilitarian, comfortable garments that can be worn forever.
How Rahul Mishra applied his doctrines of mindful luxury to the fully sustainable home he's building in Uttarakhand
What really makes Mishra stand out is his Gandhian philosophy: India belongs in its villages. His high-fashion brand is built on the belief system of supporting villages and their ways of living.
Have months of self-isolation, lockdown and working from home irrevocably changed what we will put on once we go out again?
From luxury stalwarts (Hermès and Michael Kors) to cool brands geared toward younger consumers (Wales Bonner and Eckhaus Latta), spring collections were chockablock with this hybrid of waistcoat and traditional knit.
The Rajesh Pratap Singh Interview | 'You have to know where you come from, and see how it is relevant today'
As creative director at Satya Paul, the celebrated designer has given the brand a facelift in less than a year.
Fighting patriarchy, one beautiful bauble at a time: Eina Ahluwalia turns the idea of jewellery as feminine on its head
Ahluwalia's seemingly simple trinkets hold much pain, shed fear, take struggles on head-first, and celebrate womanhood that would make the fiercest feminists proud.
A number of brooches today are marketed specifically to men, and they’re different from the dainty, ladylike pins of the past.
The emerging vaccine-ready top seems to be the cold-shoulder top, thanks to Dolly Parton.
'Our individual traumas are our collective traumas as well': Supermodel Nidhi Sunil on her activism and journey
Nidhi Sunil slipped from the cracks of a social structure that would have stifled her to become a global beauty ambassador and a voice against femicide.
Work is Home: How Anita Lal's soft-skills-as-top-skills approach shaped leading homegrown luxury label Good Earth
In its 25th year now, Good Earth has achieved cult status. It’s one of the country’s finest examples in homegrown luxury, making décor, dining and fashion products, soaked in India’s endless historical heritage and bountiful handmade styles.
2020, the year of sumptuous TV style: From The Queen's Gambit to A Suitable Boy, small screen fashion made a statement
The TV series that offered the most compelling sartorial splendour this year also showed us that to be truly fashionable, clothes have to move beyond visual delight.