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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‚Äôs pieces within our wardrobe to showcase our personal style as well … Continue reading Filling The GAP

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Fashion Editorial : A Lace Story

Always on top of the fashion hierarchy , the perennial pretty-girl go-to, lace has been around for as long as ladies have craved some fancy.¬†Having¬†appeared on the fashion scene a lot, lace¬†has become a symbol of luxury.¬†It’s romantic, elegant and seductive and it is no surprise it is the eternal inspiration for many designers. I wanted to do a shoot to bring out a little … Continue reading Fashion Editorial : A Lace Story


These Sandals

As the weather is warming up, its time to get a springy pedicure and slip into your comfortable sandals.¬†Walking through the summer heat is easiest with comfy arches and blister-free toes, isn‚Äôt it? (Sorry, Stilettos!) And hence the endless hunt for the perfect sandal continues every summer.¬† If you are in India and have bought anything from one of the online shopping sites, then chances … Continue reading These Sandals


If you’ve not done these 5 things in Commercial Street, Well…

So often my response to the question, ‘where did you find that?’ has been ‘at the Commercial Street, Bangalore!’ Whether you are just browsing for inspiration or looking for a fabulous dress for less, you will find that Commercial Street has lanes of style to tempt you. I totally enjoy the thrill of the hunt, unearthing a priceless necklace or buying a dress for just … Continue reading If you’ve not done these 5 things in Commercial Street, Well…

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Charms for the Indian Soul

Charms are fascinating! Don‚Äôt you think so? The idea of wearing an intricately detailed miniature version of the things that represent an aspect of your personality or life has always fascinated me. Sadly, the charms in India ¬†in the past have been quite limited to butterflies, stars & flowers and I have never been able to relate to them. If you see the fashion industry … Continue reading Charms for the Indian Soul