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Spreading ‘Indian-ness’ in Canada: In conversation with Aly Velji

“The details are not the details, they make the design.”  – Charles Eames Every single…

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Here’s What It Takes to Get Buzz at Fashion Week

Waking up to great hairstyles is such a great feeling. It is like doing up…

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Here’s What It Takes to Get Buzz at Fashion Week

Waking up to great hairstyles is such a great feeling. It is like doing up…

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Here’s What It Takes to Get Buzz at Fashion Week

Waking up to great hairstyles is such a great feeling. It is like doing up…

5 ways to add Indian Elements to your Home

Indian elements …What does it even mean? For me, it personally means welcoming all guests…

The Textile Studio – Kuzu

Saving age-old traditions and crafts one day at a time, and showcasing them to the…

handmade, doll, ikali, nagaland, north-east, india, hand woven

Ikali – Bringing magic from the North-East of India

When I hear a mention of North-East of India, an image of brightly coloured, handwoven…

Ikroop, the Glass artist & Jewellery Designer

Primarily transparent but not always, easy to shape when in molten state, neither a solid…

Har Coffee Zaroori Hai

“Starts me up, makes my day…It opens up my eyes all the way…the only way…

Courtyard by Aline: Taking you back to your roots with brass

In today’s fast paced life, reminiscing the past can be a heartwarming and indulgent experience. It reminds us to stop, breathe and savour the simpler things in life.  The joy of raiding kitchen shelves on a hot summer afternoon, waiting endlessly for tuesdays and the almost amber-coloured brass bowl of ‘besan ladoos’! As I attempted to mirror those sentiments and the old world charm in my home, I turned to brass. Sometime back we wrote about the ‘Return of the metals – brass, copper and bronze