Sambalpuri Handloom – Anatomy of a label

he label collects the Sambalpuri fabric directly from the multiple weavers’ families, providing a livelihood to local artisans as well as contributing exceptional pieces to the fashion industry. With the fabric, they design the various women's ethnic dresses.

Shivani Chandak – Anatomy of a label

Creative designer and brand owner, Shivani, dreams of utilising the gap between sustainability and people adapting to a sustainable lifestyle. As the transition from fast fashion to slow fashion could be a bit expensive given the fact that no ethical brands mass-produce their products, she uses her brand as a medium to fill the gap in between it.

Kuber Studio – Anatomy of a label

Kuber Studio celebrates the beauty and heritage of Indian textiles, while at the same time saving the earth. The brand helps you choose your favourite apparels while sustainable practices help nature to heal.

Vishakha Satri – Anatomy of a label

Describing her designs as classic, elegant yet modern, she encompasses traditional Indian designs with her modern designs, to keep with various trends. She also integrates various natural objects like crystal and stones, sea-shells, and even tie dyes in her attires. The inclusion of these objects made her designs unique and close to nature.

Shreya Agarwal – Anatomy of a label

Focused typically on occasion wear, Shreya Agarwal’s collections entail evening gowns, Indian lehengas, saree, and much more. Every composition of this auspicious contemporary Indian label embodies a minimal yet modern philosophy, striking yet free-spirited - of a kind that is deeply rooted within the women of the age. While representing a refined touch of elegance, romance, and femininity, she accentuates modern edgy cuts, uncommon embroidery, and solid shapes inspired by the ancient design trends.

Kritpalak Designs – Anatomy of a label

The label designs its own luxury kids’ collection that includes apparel and accessories. Their products are sold individually on their personal seller accounts online as well as with a multi-designer store in Hyderabad. Apart from making readymade garments, the brand also does customisation so that your kid can fit perfectly into their designs and products

Meraki – Anatomy of a label

The thought behind the label Meraki is to design jewellery that is contemporary yet sustainable, accessible and makes you feels good. The pieces of jewellery that you can pamper yourself with or save you from an occasion crisis, at any given point without a second thought, and what better than statement jewellery.

Studio Meera – Anatomy of a label.

The thought behind the outset of the label was to preserve the crafts that were prized possessions because of the unique nature of handcrafted products. Over time, due to the availability of cheaper alternatives, and the introduction of poorer raw materials, we have seen a dilution of quality, an increase in exploitative practices, as well as shrinking patronage.

Sahasra Women’s Couture – Anatomy of a label

Sahasra Women’s Couture by Bhavika Rayavaram is a label that is committed to meet every customers’ ethnic wear needs by providing them with good quality attires that fit properly. The brand deals with exclusive sarees in organza, Benaras, and handlooms. The brand also prides itself on taking orders for bridal lehengas and gowns.

Y and G creations – Anatomy of a label

The mother-daughter creative duo of Y & G Creations wanted to bring in together an artisanship of embroidered luxury and care. Apparels that are of high delicacy yet extravagant uniqueness. The label wanted to bring out the quirkiness and add some fire in the bland designing that was mostly seen. Moreover, create a place that offers everything that matches your choice totally. A brand that gives an equal spotlight to all, be it accessories, hair bands, footwear, jewellery, and apparel.

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