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March 7, 2010

Jagvir, 27- Designer.
Shirt – Vintage, self-designed.
Glasses – H&M
Bag – Sisley
Shoes – Tres Mode.

Shoes – Paul Smith.
Glasses – Mango
Cardigan – Comme des garcons.
Jeans – Zara.
Bag – Dries van noten(hiding behind his right leg)

Rifq, 27.
Scarf- Goa somewhere.
Top – Somewhere?
Leggings – Japan somewhere.
Shoes- Switzerland somewhere
Surilee, 23.
Dress – Izzo.
Bag – Accessorize
Shoes- Tres Mode
Diva, 20.
Necklace – Delhi somewhere.
Dress – BCBG
Shoes- Hong kong somewhere.
Bag – Iforgottoask.
Monali, 27. Stylist.
Dress – ASOS- Online store.
Shoes- Hong kong somewhere.
Bag – Tod’s.
Lakshmi, 21. Stylist.
Dress – H&M
Bag – LV
Belt – Aldo
Shoes- White peacock, Bandra.
Glasses – Mango.
Shweta, 21. NIFT Student.
Top- Gangtok  somewhere
Leggings – Meerut somewhere
Belt – Aldo
Shoes- Sarojini Nagar Market, Delhi.
Accessories- Colaba somewhere.
Parmesh, 33. Author – Gay Bombay.
Hat – H&M
Shirt – Abraham & Thakore
Jeans – Spykar(my ex-workplace)
Tie – Harajuku
Belt – NY Flea market
Bag – Sanchita.
Shoes – Gucci
Siddharth, 22. Model.
Tee – His own company- Dress Master?
Jeans – Levi’s
Shoes – Puma
Sameer Reddy, 31. NYT.
Tee – April 77
Pants – Nikasha
Shoes – Some village market, Spain
And the term for these pants is…?
Nikita, 19. Graphic designer.
Top/Leggings/Bag – Benetton
Shoes – Aldo
Ratika, 27. Product designer.
Top/belt from the Street
Shorts – Mango
Bag – Rocky S
Shoes – Charles & Keith
Nikhil, 23. Stylist.
Shirt – Colaba causeway
Tee – Hill road
Pants – Chaitanya Rao
Bag – Aldo
Shoes from the street
Vir Shete, 19.  Make up artist/Stylist.
Belt – D&G
Bag – Aldo
Shoes – Metro
Everything else from Mango
Nidhi, 24. Assistant fashion editor.
is wearing her father’s spectacles.
Bag – Ranna Gill
Dress – Niteline/Two decades old/Some bandra street/300 Rupees
Shoes – some-local-store
Karan Berry, 27. The shoe designing shoe designer.
Bow tie – Debenhams
Spectacles – Cavalli
Tee – Benetton
Pants & shoes – Self designed



February 16, 2010

Photos from Jogibara road/Temple road in Mcleodganj, Dharamsala.

Scarves on Temple Road

February 16, 2010

The commonest of all scarves. If you don’t have it, you are not a traveller. These scarves sell for about 150 Rupees on Temple Road. And last time I checked; one can find them in Sarojini Nagar Market for about half the price.

Most of these photos were taken during the Dalai Lama teachings. The teachings are about Buddhism, ethics, and interfaith harmony, and they happen almost every month for about 3 to 4 days. In the beginning, I didn’t think much of the teachings. I felt they were not for me. But during my last month I decided to attend one just for the experience. The Dalai Lama said the most simple things…most obvious things..but things that we have forgotten or we overlook as we stay busy in this fast changing world, and I was glad I attended.

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