Under the Tuscan Sun

Rambling around a 14th century Church in Tuscany in 2014. It was a great surprise, as my friend from Mumbai showed up in Florence and was making a road trip and we all went around on a  day trip around sunny central Italy. It was not easy to find this place, but I remember the... Continue Reading →

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The ‘Dupatta’ Dress

Some of you know that I have created over 5000 designs in 10 years  with no formal design training. That is correct - no formal design training. I have studied Business (I did an MBA) and never thought of myself as creative. I thought 'creative' meant someone who can draw and I can't draw very... Continue Reading →

A natural Poser

This dress is also made by me. The fabric is sourced by me. One Shoulder was a rage, and this is my beautiful one-shoulder dress. Some of you know I created clothes for 10 years. A self-thought designer, I dived into my stylistic sensibility and created clothes for Mumbai's women. This picture is taken in... Continue Reading →

Tuscan June

As a avid Italophile, if i love one thing, it is the month of June in Italy. I have just so so so many good memories of the month of June in Europe. In contrast, June in Mumbai is full of monsoon's and warm and sultry weather....not my kinda weather........... June has been the month... Continue Reading →

Raw and Real

Weekends are spend scouting for fruits and vegetables in the open Chinatown markets. I have always loved fruits and vegetables but I have never paid too much attention to what I eat because I am travelling and on the go most of the time. However, after consuming a lot of junk foods in the first... Continue Reading →

Fashion’s two tales

It's been a great week with lots of interesting meetings and gifts all week. I attended Fern Mallis's event called Iconic series in the Upper East Side. Christian Siriano was witty, funny and the talk was fresh. Dressing up these movie stars and the first Lady. Well, it all seems possible here. I remember at... Continue Reading →

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