StreetStyle : Plaid or Tartan ?

StreetStyle : Plaid or Tartan?

It seems like every year in winter, entire Delhi dons plaid, or tartan ; mostly shirts and jackets rule the roost  . People often argue about the intricate differences between tartan and plaid , and how sometimes this difference should be left to the understanding of the Scottish, who are well, credited with its invention.Tartan is basically a woven cloth which is identified with different clans of highland society of Scotland. Tartan is often called plaid in North America, and we Indians, seem to follow suit.

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Street Style Delhi : Shatsang sisters

Street Style Delhi : Shatsang sisters

The diversity and essence of Delhi can even be found in one compartment of Delhi Metro. Speaking of style, the Delhi metro seems to perfectly represent it as well. I have lost count of as to how many times I have wanted to photograph somebody in the metro. Sadly, photography is prohibited in the Delhi Metro.

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Street Style Delhi feat. Preeti S Kapoor

Documenting style and fashion choices of the capital milieu for a year now, we can truly say it with confidence that there’s nothing like homogeneity when it comes to style of Delhi People. The fashion choices are more varied than one could have imagined even three years back . The whole idea of dressing up and making one’s clothes do the talking is as bigger as ever, courtesy the masses becoming the part of the fashion narrative. With clothes that have a story to tell one truly doesn’t need to speak.

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Documenting Street Style in India : Meeting Neha

Street Style India and conversations

For almost a year, we have been photographing people on the streets. Those fleeting moments sometimes turn into at most a five minute conversation about fashion and Delhi. It rarely happens that we strike a chord with somebody so much that we not only click them but also have cake together and learn one of the biggest lessons of our life. This story is about one such day when the usual turned into something extraordinary.

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