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Endgame for garment exports?

The sector needs radical restructuring to survive

22/04/2018

Ritu Kumar

Fashion designer

22/04/2018

Tees, watches, rings: Ambedkar is the new fashion rage online

Birth anniversary articles featuring the national icon become a rage among Dalit youngsters, sell like hot cakes online

14/04/2018

Rafoogars explain why they are invisible, like their work

Darning ; The art and science of damage control

14/04/2018

‘We want 50% stores in tier I and the other half, in tier II’

Janne Einola, CEO & Country Head, H&M India

10/04/2018

Naturally beautiful

Paridhi Burathoki works with natural materials such as paper, cement, leather to create designs of zen-like beauty.

08/04/2018

Man of the moment

Mayank Mansingh Kaul is ubiquitous at every new intersection of textile

07/04/2018

The fashion of politics

How our politicians are asserting their style, even within the confines of their ‘uniforms’ of saris and kurta-pyjamas. Also pitting BJP’s dominant colour palette against Congress’ sartorial understatement

07/04/2018

Crafting a Business

Shilpa Sharma, co-founder of Jaypore, on the offline store and why we need to contemporise Indian crafts

30/03/2018

Making haute design accessible

The first edition of Design Fabric Festival kicks off today bringing together a host of desi and international talent

29/03/2018

Time to get high and mighty

This summer, step out in style by sporting these high-waisters that are breezy, versatile and uber-chic. City experts tell us more!

28/03/2018

Saora paintings travel from tribal homes to living rooms overseas

Traditional art of an indigenous community now offers livelihood to its talented artists

25/03/2018

Bend it like Bordoloi

The Assamese furniture designer, who will be showcasing at Singapore’s Red Dot Design Museum, on his love for unconventional materials and why he uses the traditional hammering technique

24/03/2018

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