Rains make my soul sing. The cacophony of Mumbai melts into oblivion, concrete structures turn into a serene garden, books lure with the fragrance of unseen dreams…. Receding rains, then, fill me with gloom. The only sliver of cheer comes in the resurrection of white, ethereal garments in my wardrobe.
Garments courtesy Pero by Aneeth Arora.
The presence of gorgeous Ingrid is courtesy Anima Creative Management.
The stunning picture is thanks to madly talented Vinit.
Beautiful, flowing hand woven garment is by Vaishali S
Gorgeous Ingrid’s presence is courtesy of Anima Creative Management
Heartfelt thanks to Vinit, whose magical camera can perform humongous tasks like the cleaning of this public beach and taking a great picture.
From the ‘Memoirs’ of Pablo Neruda
The ethereal, gossamer like top is by Soumitra Mondal
The gorgeous long skirt is by Paromita Banerjee
The touch-it-to-believe-it soft, impeccably finished garments are from Shades of India
The soft, jersey material jewellery is made from left over fabric scraps.
Books: ‘Manto Ke Dastavez’ by Rajkamal Prakashan.
Beautiful white garments by Péro and Vaishali S..
Disclaimer: applies ONLY to those who believe in magic.
Beautiful woven garment by Vaishali S and Pero.
Head dress is courtesy the local fisherman – Chandu.
Touched-to-be-believed softness and to-be-seen-to-believe detailing…garments by Amrich
Gossamer soft, woven stole is of Marg by Soumitra Mondal
Bangles made of Yak’s wool by the Ladakh Rural Women.