Lowercase ‘g’ is a glyph that never fails to perplex and beguile, as evidenced by Áron Jancsó’s sophisticated version created for typeface Ogaki.
What you see in front of you is not an essay.
Simran Lal: Cultural fabric
In 1996, a store called Good Earth opened without much fanfare at Kemps Corner, Mumbai…
India Mahdavi: Life in Technicolor
Whether it is the first RedValentino store in London, Ladurée in Geneva or its newly opened second outpost in Los Angeles, it becomes clear that colour is Mahdavi’s weapon of choice…
Clothes with a conscience
A growing crop of designers and organisations overseas have been engaging in a cross-continental exchange.
Chanderi: A gossamer trail
With roughly 30,000 inhabitants and a loom in almost every home (4,352 to be exact), unbeknownst to many, Chanderi is one of the most organised textile clusters in the country.
Works in progress
Walking through the seafront spaces, I was struck by the breadth and diversity of work assembled in one place at the 2016 Kochi-Muziris Biennale.
Be it BKC, Hauz Khas or Koramangala, there’s a coworking space for every budget in just about every thriving neighbourhood.
Burberry: A tale worth telling
The quintessential heritage label reinvent its image to become one of the most revolutionary companies of the 21st century.
No pigeonholing, please!
Star Wars, a Broadway musical, a British soap opera and Shakespeare — these are only a few of the parts the British-Indian actress has played.