Top – vintage from Topshop
Pants – Zara
Necklace – from an exhibition in Mumbai
Shoes – Pull and Bear
“I’m an absolute Bombay girl. Born and raised here. Have always been drawn towards creativity – fine art, craft, design and music ever since my childhood days. A degree in advertising wasn’t enough, so I took up fashion designing. After which, my passion for defining different looks and putting them together made me take up a job as a stylist in a magazine. I worked there for two years and then went to London to study journalism in fashion.
London changed me completely. I learnt how to be myself, dress the way I wanted to, believe in what I thought was correct and pursue it. Londoners are so unabashed of their style and mixed cultures and yet are masters in preserving the old and exploring the new. Post London, I had a new take not only on fashion, but life, in general.
I take fashion very seriously. I’m self sufficient, grounded and yet experimental. And I think it reflects in what I do. For me, confidence is synonymous to good style. I am now working as a fashion writer, and enjoy penning down my favourite subject.”
Blouse- Colaba Causeway
Jacket – Uniqlo from Clothes rack, Kemps Corner
Trousers – Bershka
Necklace – Janpath
Bracelets – Hill Road, Bandra
Isha is also an amazing guitarist. She’s been playing for 3 years. Is fond of finger picking and arpeggio style. Wants to marry Steven Wilson..loves Bombay Bicycle Club…and likes making her own versions of Scarborough Fair.
Update: Now works as a fashion stylist at Femina.