The Maratha – are Indian people found predominantly in the state of Maharashtra and are famous for their warriors, found predominantly in the state of Maharashtra.
Harshitaa Chatterjee Deshpande’s collection is inspired by the Maratha warrior princess. The concept for the collection is to revisit and celebrate the rich heritage of the traditions of woven art.
Jo Soh is the creative brain behind Singapore based fashion label Hansel. Her designs are minimalist and reflect her modern and unique take on vintage inspired styles. The Heartland Campaign, with Denise Keller as the model, celebrates its 10th year anniversary, going back to the roots. The background design and props are based on Singapore’s heartland blocks.
The local home grown label are best known for the props they make for their look books.
For me, the props done for the top right is a winner. Especially that orange – 10 cents – phone machine (Singaporeans will agree on this).
Varnanggall – ‘Colours’ in Tamil. Lavanyaa K R is the name behind this South Indian traditional wear label. She works with the unsung rural heroes of Kalamkari, Lambani, Ilkal and the weavers from most part of Southern India – Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, making the products unique and hand made. Looking through the collection, you will notice the devotion to the art and pure love for the craft.
A Kenyan Story - is an exclusive fashion editorial produced by photographer Bella Kotak.
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