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Well 17 years of fashion, first education, then designing for other brands and eight years of running a fashion label!

Fashion had to be a part of my blog undoubtedly.

This is going to be dedicated to developing personal styles, discovering heritage art and craft and a lot of my favorite world textiles and art movements. I will also write about the brands that I love, how they become what they are today and what is their story.

I still do not know exactly what all will I write in this and what not but let’s see!

CITY OF THE PEARL

CITY OF THE PEARL

A natural pearl born from the shell of the oyster it’s a type of mollusk and the protective layer that covers the mollusk organs. Cultured pearl also made in this
same way.

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn was a British actress and humanitarian. Recognised as a film and fashion icon, she was ranked by the American Film Institute as the third-greatest female screen legend in Golden Age Hollywood, and was inducted into the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame.

BIDRI

BIDRI

An art form embedded in
time – bidriware was started by a single craftsman in the 16th
a century and it has provided livelihood and artistic expression to
craftsmen in Karnataka across generations. Bidri craft is a
perfect fusion of Iranian and Indian heritage.

CRINOLINE

CRINOLINE

Crinoline is a stiff petticoat designed to hold woman's skirts. It was popular in the mid-19th century. The stiff fabric usually made of horsehair, cotton, and linen. The crinoline was a light still framework covered with fabric to distend a skirt.

THE PRO AND CONS OF RENTAL FASHION

THE PRO AND CONS OF RENTAL FASHION

There is a growing trend of Rental fashion in the Indian fashion industry and its has its own Pros and Cons.Rent designer wear at store or online by paying the rent amount. Flyrobe,swishlist,rac
stage 3 etc are the rental shops.

BLACK POTTERY

BLACK POTTERY

Pottery is one of the oldest craft, which is practiced from early
years. Pottery is not only an art, but also a mixture of love,
passion and care of the artisans. One among those is the black
pottery.
Ok, so let’s find out the different types of black pottery in India
and how they differ from each other.