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“There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it’s going to be a butterfly” Nrinam is one such beautiful caterpillar . Before you hear their story – first the music . Founded by  Aishwarya Tandon a student of LLM from Delhi University – Nrinam is a combination ofher parents names, NRI-pendra and poo-NAM. They speacialise in Block print and applique sarees and garments.   She  had been friends with these girls since a while,…

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” Here is Benaazir’s choice of music and one  my personal favorites Benaazir graduated in Computer Science and has a Masters in business administration. After spending seemingly, a lifetime in corporate jobs,  took a sabbatical for 2 years to travel and perhaps spend some time studying jewelry making & witnessing master craftsmen…

I always find it tough when the designers leave it to me to choose the music. Its like I have to express the soul of the brand through the music I choose and that my dear friend is TOUGH.  So when you hear this  – All you want to do is wear a Colors and Mirrors,  get on the stage and dance like no one is watching . “Colors and Mirrors” a blanket label to summarize everything…

First the music Chinanshu – Paarisha’s founder declares herself as a boring banker who turned into a designer. Her love for all things bright , talking, sweet tea and bitter coffee – all comes out in Paarisha’s eclectic designs. She says she loves dogs and animals, travel, good conversations and her morning walk. Inspiration for Paarisha jewellery comes from everywhere -“It can be a small conversation or walk in the rain, my morning walk, travel…

“Style is something that each of us already has. All we need to do is find it”:Diane von Furstenberg Aparna Sharma is a a Yoga Teacher,Wife,Mother of 2 girls. We adore her sense of confidence,  her “arty bohemian chic “style  and how honest she is . Thank you for doing this special photoshoot for Peacocks in the Rain . Read on to get inspired by this beautiful young lady.  Over to Aparna My clothes are…

First the music .  Dipti and Dipna chose this song.  It’s a children’s song by an artist named Raffi. ” He is fantastic and I really wish I get to see him perform once along with my niece and nephew who are growing up listening to his music. The song  goes very well with the brand ethos too. For we are all about loving the world we live in and choosing to nurture it, starting…

First some music : Please sing along All Soul products use the finest Indian textiles in pure natural fibres (cotton, linen), using baby-safe dyes. Their products are safety-tested by strict international standards. They support local, small-scale industry even as we sell around the world.   Soul provides a wide range of fabrics so that everybody can find something that suits their tastes — and their pocket!   Their  popular handwoven textiles are woven in weaver’s cooperatives in various parts…

Its been sometime since we posted a home tour. Come join us in exploring Renu’s beautiful home in Bengaluru.   Renu stays in a 1400 sq. ft rented apartment in Bangalore with her husband . ” We have been staying here for 3 years now. This is our study room and this is where my husband or I usually work on Laptop, take office calls, pay bills etc. I usually like to do painting here or just…

First my personal favorite movie scores of all time : Rahul has been a fashion enthusiast since childhood, he got a chance to associate with fashion world when he started working as a Marketing Executive at Roposo. He says , he is a perfect byproduct of Indian Education System- An Engineer with an MBA degree :) ” Why I used the word  byproduct is because both my degrees helped me grow as an individual,…

Before you drool over some beautiful Jamdanis that follow  first tune into this music . The word Jamdani is of Persian origin, deriving from ‘Jam’, meaning flower, and ‘Dani’, a vase or a container because of the pattern generated through the weaving. ‘The Tangail Jamdani is similar to the Dhakai Jamdani in that it uses interlocking extra weft cotton yarn to produce floral or geometric motifs.  However, it has a softer feel and sparser distribution…