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The vintage magic wand – tips for retro interior design

Just like in fashion and clothes, vintage style is making a come back in interior design. This means that old treasures stashed away in attics and storage units can now have a spot in your homes. Combining new age pieces with touches of antique furniture or artefacts is a fun challenge which we will discuss […]

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Reduce stress levels with these Interior Design techniques

The second wave of Covid 19 in India is adversely affecting mental health. Stress levels are at an all time high with people scrambling to protect themselves, friends and family. Tough times are ahead of us and it is imperative to protect ourselves from the pandemic as well as the after effects its causing. Young […]

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Design ideas for a private home bar

With Covid-19 still looming above us, we might have to spend a few more months indoors. The second wave has brought on lockdown in many parts of the country and as a safety measure we need to comply with the Covid-19 regulations. People are getting more accustomed to working and learning from home, but today […]

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To school or not to school – the design aspirants debate

The notion to ‘Un-school’ is rife amongst millennials and Gen Z. There are good arguments made by both sides regarding the advantages of self learning and the extra edge gained via design schools. Some believe unlearning or self-learning is the way to go forward whereas others assert the importance of design institutions. As is the […]

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Sustainable Clothing: fast fashion and ethical fashion brands

fast fashion; noun: inexpensive clothing produced rapidly by mass-market retailers in response to the latest trends. (Oxford definition) Large corporates which mass manufacture cheap clothes to abide by the latest fashion trends feed the idea that your wardrobe needs to be updated every week. This notion is harming the planet as heaps of waste is […]

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Fighting a pandemic with Design – designers’ contribution in 2020

After having faced immense challenges, the final month of 2020 is here. This year has truly been a testing time for us all. Yet, having said that, the handling of the Covid 19 pandemic has strengthened our resilience and once again proved that human creativity knows no bounds. Apart from doctors, front line health care […]

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Elements of Bohemian fashion – revisiting Boho Chic

Tassels, dream catchers and that soft romantic look – yes we are gushing about the Bohemian fashion trend! The Coachella concerts would surely be a little less dramatic hadn’t it been for this gorgeous style. The Boho chic look is one of my favorite, as it’s easy to create, wearable, glamorous and so romantic. It […]

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Fashion at home – the Corona effect

For the last few months, people around the globe are in lock-down owing to the deadly Corona virus pandemic. Yet, that hasn’t stopped us from igniting our creative genius everyday. Collectively, we have found new ways to work, to keep ourselves busy, to pursue our hobbies and passions and to keep the World running. There […]

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How to become a professional fashion designer in India

Clothes and couture have always been synonymous with India as we’ve had a long history of unique fashion contribution to the World. Fashion design is a highly reputable and lucrative career in India where the market for the same is huge and ever growing. Professional fashion designers like Manish Malhotra, Sabhyasachi, Ritu Kumar etc. have […]

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