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Festive colours with Madsam Tinzin

Recently I  shot the spectacular festive collection of Madsam Tinzin, a beautiful brand known for their craftsmenship expressed through their interplay of silk fabrics in flattering silhouettes. I was enchanted with the delicate thread and bead embroidery , pastel hues , breezy fabrics  that created such vibrant works of beauty as a window into a charming world. Every piece transported me to a different place and time. Part … Continue reading Festive colours with Madsam Tinzin

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Courtyard

Recently I shot the spectacular festive collection of Madsam Tinzin, a beautiful brand known for their craftsmenship expressed through their interplay of silk fabrics in flattering silhouettes. I was enchanted with the delicate thread and bead embroidery , pastel hues , breezy fabrics  that created such vibrant works of beauty as a window into a charming world. Every piece transported me to a different place and time.  The thought … Continue reading Courtyard

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One Dress, Two Ways: Max Fashion

Festive season is just around corner and its time to buy some bright color clothes 🙂  And when it comes to ethnic shopping, I like to simplify the hunt by seeing how can I style the outfit pieces in  more than one way. Though I love wearing ethnic outfits , the fact of the matter is that I don’t wear them that often and hence my clothes end up … Continue reading One Dress, Two Ways: Max Fashion

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Fashion Editorial: Poetic Hues

I  spend my life capturing beauty and telling stories with my pictures. And of all the beautiful things I’ve seen in the world nothing brings me more joy than capturing faces and expressions. Whether I am capturing an extremely  shy bride on her wedding day  or shooting a  super confident model during a fashion shoot, I feel there is always a story and thats what I wish … Continue reading Fashion Editorial: Poetic Hues

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5 Ways to Style a Beret

Cold ears, staticky hair, red nose -Winter may want us all to look  dazed and frozen but I’ve got other plans. My weapon of choice? The Beret. An accessory that’s equal parts functional life-saver and adorable outfit-completer and not to forget  a cosy symbol of Parisian style (Isn’t it? ) As the weather is cooling  down here in Bangalore (I can only imagine how Delhi … Continue reading 5 Ways to Style a Beret

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Istanbul Street Style Photos That Prove Fall Is NOT Boring

If you follow me on Instagram, you already know that I was in Turkey for 2 weeks .  Its a beautiful country with great history, culture, food, people and  of course style! I loved the way women dressed in Istanbul.  Many women, especially in the Old City, go “covered” in accord with Islam—but being covered can mean anything from wearing a designer scarf, a sheer … Continue reading Istanbul Street Style Photos That Prove Fall Is NOT Boring

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Filling The GAP

The good news is that Gap is opening their first store in Bangalore (Woohoo!) The brand is synonymous with simple, elegant and effortlessly comfortable style which resonates with my personal style. So when Gap asked me to be a part of their collaboration, which involved select individuals from the city incorporating two of Gap’s pieces within our wardrobe to showcase our personal style as well … Continue reading Filling The GAP