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November 25, 2019

Festive Metallics Get A Modern Interpretation

Text by Rushmika Banerjee. Photographed by Dolly Devi, Feat. Artists. Styling by Shweta Navandar. Hair: Akshata Honawar. Make-up: Sonam Chandna Sagar. Assisted by: Aayushi Parekh. Model: Sumaya Hazarika, Anima Creative Management

Over-the-top dazzle or a hint of glitter, celebrations in India bring out the shine. Verve spotlights modern-day metallics that draw inspiration from festive elements — sparklers, varq, a kalash, and wedding mandaps — and styles gold, silver, copper and red-and-gold separates on model Sumaya Hazarika as she throws light on her scintillating go-to ensembles for this season…
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A Stitch In Time

Text by Anandita Bhalerao. Curated by Ojas Kolvankar.

There’s a growing wave of young people in urban India who are renouncing shopping altogether in favour of making their own clothes. Five creative individuals share their stories.
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Blackgaze, Brutal prog, Featured, lesser-known music genres, Lo-fi indie, Math rock, Music, Online Exclusive, oscilloscope, Post-hardcore, slacker rock, unknown music genres
November 14, 2019

The Anti-Earworm Agenda

Text by Sadaf Shaikh

For a growing number of individuals, discovering joy and belonging in obscure, emotionally complex music genres is a journey towards self-acceptance and the quenching of a thirst for alternative forms of art that reject traditional ideas of musicality and dissonance
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November 12, 2019

Street Wear Label Doh Tak Keh Is Transforming Street Scrap Into High Fashion

Text by Rushmika Banerjee. Realisation by Shweta Navandar. Photographs by Joshua Navalkar

Behind-the-scenes with Doh Tak Keh’s founder Juhi Melwani and her trusted aide Zuber masterji to witness the craft that goes into her wearable art.
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Indigenous cuisine is being given a new lease outside of its assigned boundaries by ‘food gurus’ who are using new digital platforms as well as social media to redirect viewers whose eyes are usually facing the West, reports Sharanya Deepak
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The culinary swing towards mindful eating isn’t limited to cafes, bars and restaurants; cinemas are jumping on the bandwagon too — unhealthy snacks have been replaced by more diverse, wholesome and customised theatre foods. At INOX Insignia in Atria-The Millennium Mall, a thoughtfully curated and unconventional menu adds to the luxury movie-watching experience, and Zaral Shah samples the goods while chatting with the venue’s head chef, Vicky Ratnani and the COO of Inox Leisure, Daizy Lal. . .
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