Craftsmanship epicurean; co-keeper and fellow benefactor of Akar Prakar workmanship exhibition; sweetheart of chiffon saris; Kolkata.
It’s about style and solace, and nothing comforts me superior to a sari.
I tend to search for adornments more regularly than garments. The greater part of my gems is from the Amrapali store.
Workmanship… those are the acquisitions that happen each month… more frequently than garments and gems.
Every day design motivation
Beauty is imperative; I wouldn’t go for anything noisy.
Whites, soul and yellows; I’ve recently opened up to reds too.
My mom was into chiffons and mum-in-law into handlooms; thus my closet has the best of both universes. Case in point, I’ve acquired a Zarine Khan sari from the ’70s, from my mum-in-law. To that, I have included a genuine gold outskirt which was a piece of the Chanderi sari that my mother gave me, and I’ve worn it to some critical workmanship displays in Europe.
Best dressed minute
At Cannes Film Festival, 2015 — however I didn’t walk celebrity central, I wore a bare-backed dark outfit with a smashed bandhej sari hung as the pallu, planned by my own beautician.
Maharani Gayatri Devi.
A complete no-no
Off-shoulder dresses that don’t fit well.
Heels, they are such to