Street Style Delhi: The Red Blazer & Mehak

Street Fashion Story: Mehak

“Style is as discrete as you are yourself, something that compliments YOU”, Mehak puts forth the meaning of style in one simple sentence. Her red blazer reminded us of those that you hear or see in fairy tales. The one here too not surprisingly, had one too.

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Street Style India in 2017 and its future.

Street Style India

After photographing over 365 people in 2017, we learned a lot about street style in its heavy literal sense. Those 365 days meant 365 different personal styles, hence different translations of the various summer and Winter Trends. Here is all that we learned about fashion, the trends that never were, identity in personal style and how prophetic a previous year could be. Let’s all treat it as subject matter of what could happen to Street Style in 2018-

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Girl Guide: Wearing a Saree and inside scoop on Pujo

Street Style Delhi: Indian Street Fashion
Art+Culture: Festive

My only affiliation with the Bengali side of India is a friend who made me hate fish curry a little less. But that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been a silent admirer of the ways and particularly of the Pujo time. When I threw this idea on the table (not figuratively) of doing a story around it, Aalok retorted with his usual cross questioning – do you think you know enough? did you research? don’t culturally appropriate?- “K, cool.”

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Hashtag No Filter/ Style Study: Kadambari

“I am all about casual and convenience with a side of preppy.  I want my style to be unique and have a personality.  I’d wear a cheetah print t-shirt with blue jeans and cat eyes and flats; the ambition is to look in the mirror and say – Hey I look cool today.” Kadambari states playfully when asked about her personal style.

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