Today on the blog, we feature Textile, Print & Jewelry Designer Mrunmayee Namjoshi. She is is the creative head & founder of Studio VAM, a home grown label in Indore. … Continue reading
Today on the blog we feature, Madhuri, principal illustrator & founder of Fabwrap. She shares with us in brief about her venture and showcase at the makers market. A bit … Continue reading
We chat up with Founder & Designer, Neha Murthy of Pachisi in Chennai; Neha had started Pachisi, 3 years ago, to create fabric based ancient board games and has recently ventured … Continue reading
Today on the blog, we feature, Rama Srinivasan a craft and textitle enthusiast , dancer and design entrepreneur. Ram shares with us her new line up, inspirations and more about her … Continue reading
Meet Priyanjoli Basu, the principal designer and founder of PRIYANJOLI a textile design studio based in Chennai. We chat up with Priyanjoli about her textile design venture, revival of handloom and the textiles … Continue reading
Meet Neha Murthy, designer and founder of Pachisi a design studio in Chennai that creates ancient board games on fabric. We chat up with Neha about her craft venture, products and new line … Continue reading
Meet Priya Dhar and Ujjal Bhuyan, the founders of Neon Store. Based in Bangalore the duo are textile designers from NID, Ahmadabad. Let’s find out about their textile and clothing venture … Continue reading
Architect Shweyta Mudgal is the design principal and founder of Eight Thousand Miles – a lifestyle design for sustainable alternatives for children clothing and furnishings brand based in New York & Mumbai. We catch up with her to understand her creative business, her dreams and her entrepreneurial journey with Eight Thousand Miles.
I would like to call myself a contemporary designer trying to blend the old charm of traditional fabrics/techniques with modern day patterns with focus on textures, earthy yet vibrant color palette which, I believe is elegant, classy and can be worn on any occasion with a major emphasis on affordability. My designs are all about real people in real situations.
It is all about the tomorrow we are leaving behind for our children. That is how Bindu Kasinadhuni describes the birth of Chakra. Creating fabrics, weaving bed linens and summer wear, CHAKRA’s … Continue reading