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Incr(edible) Flair

Photographed by Munsif Molu. Styled by Shweta Navandar. Assisted by Sarah Rajkotwala. Hair by Mariya Ansari at Runah Salon. Make-up by Sonam Chandna Sagar, Assisted by Aayushi Parekh. Model: Rashmi Zurail Mann. Photographer’s Assistant: Harnoor Juneja

Verve puts a playful spin on fashion’s culinary connection and styles delectable ensembles with billowing mutton sleeves, hip peacoats, tea-length dresses, intricate fishnet separates, wavy lettuce-hem skirts and almond-toe shoes
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The Enchanted Pendant, from Shachee Fine Jewellery, Shachee Shah

Sublime Settings

Text by Rushmika Banerjee. Photograph by Joshua Navalkar

The pieces in Shachee Fine Jewellery are akin to handcrafted mosaic and gold lace jewellery.
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March 03, 2020

Indian Street Wear With Alisha Singh

Photographed by Indra Joshi. Styled by Akanksha Pandey. Photographed by Indra Joshi at Feat. Artists. Hair and Make-up: Shreya Shrivastava at Feat. Artists. Assisted by Hita Panwar

Fashion spreads its wings with dancer and choreographer Alisha Singh, as she sways and twirls in the latest India-specific street-style trends — the salwar kameez, patchwork, handwoven ties, indigo, bandhani — and reflects on how a dance reality show altered her vocational choices…
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Kallol Datta: “We Need More Angry Designers”

Image courtesy: Mallika Chandra

The end to yet another fashion week causes clothes maker Kallol Datta to look inwards, shining a torch into the shadowy crevices of the abandoned runway halls. He speaks about the need for fashion to be more political…
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February 17, 2020

Every Man For Himself

Text by Rushmika Banerjee. Photographed by Suraj Nongmaithem. Styled by Ojas Kolvankar. Hair by Ankita Warakhade. Make-Up by Pratiksha Nair. Location Courtesy: Ensemble, Kala Ghoda. Models: Rahul Munda and Peka Fanai, both at Anima Creative Management

The menswear retail sector has undergone a visible evolution as it moved from offering just boring basics or expensive designer garments to including multi-designer men’s stores and Instagram brands that are eco-friendly and influenced by street style. Verve gives you an overview of the ready-to-wear market while highlighting a mix of well-established and under-the-radar labels
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February 13, 2020

Remembering Wendell Rodricks

Text by Anandita Bhalerao

Friends and colleagues remember a pioneering designer of Indian fashion.
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