Archive for October, 2015

monks waiting by the Tso Moriri | Ladakh

October 25, 2015

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Buddhist monks.

Tso Moriri, Ladakh. July 2014.

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Longchenti | fashion week

October 22, 2015

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What do you do and where are you from?
Currently pursuing a bachelors degree in mass communication. I am from Nagaland.

Tell me something about yourself?
I always have a rucksack on standby. I’m leaving for a new place any opportunity I get; I’m on a quest to become a true vagabond.

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
I remember always wanting to be in a band.

How would you describe your style?
Kind of like a Woodstock attendee. I also like layers.

What are you wearing?
Jeans and sweatshirt from H&M, oversized t-shirt I got stitched, and supra shoes.

Do you have any fashion icons?
Maverick from Top Gun and Jimi Hendrix.

A song you’re currently listening to on repeat.
Tora – Eat The Sun

Favorite book
Invisible Monsters

What phrase do you use the most?
“You get it?” Because I’m always on lookout for validation and reassurance.

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Fashion week, Delhi. October 2015.

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Gursi | fashion week

October 17, 2015

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Tell me something about yourself?  I am Gursi, a designer, perpetually looking out for bigger meanings in life.

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? As a kid I always wanted to do and try different things, I realised way too early that the only thing that’s constant is change.

How would you describe your style? My style is mostly monochromatic, simple, and boxy.

What are you wearing? I am wearing a long oversize white shirt with grey melange paneling and a white low crotch pants – all lovebirds.

Do you have any pop culture figures that you look up to? I like the androgyny and madness of Miranda July and Thom Yorke.

How did you get interested in fashion?  I was always interested in design. I have been doing graphics, spaces, and illustrations, and while doing all that I always had an opinion about fashion. But I got more into it after meeting Amrita while she was curating western vintage. Of course traveling and east London inspired us to do more.

What are you currently listening to? Tropic of Cancer – The One Left

Currently reading? Milan Kundera’s Ignorance

A phrase you can’t avoid. It’s all a game!

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Fashion week, Delhi. October 2015.

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