Whenever in India, there are a few little secret gems that are always worth checking out.
Bombay Electric – a one-off treasure trove of eclectic vintage finds, accessories and unique own-brand women’s and men’s fashion, ethically designed and made by leading Indian designers, ateliers and village artisans. Housed in a stunning historic Colaba space with revolving art installations and exterior incense garden. Always changing, always worth a visit.
Bungalow Eight – another Colaba hidden gem. Three floors of fashion, accessories and eclectic vintage lifestyle and homeware products, set within a rustic historic warehouse. Would not be out of place in Soho New York.
Abode – a new boutique hotel located in Colaba, curated and designed by Sian Pascale. Individually designed rooms sitting around a central social lobby with shop and cafe. The hotel supports disadvantaged local people who offer spa services and transport. A nice change from the corporate global hotel brands.
Hot Pink – a hidden gem among the hectic pace of Jaipur. Unique fashion, accessory and homeware products curated by Munnu Kasliwal and Marie-Helene de Taillac. Mixing traditional Indian craft techniques with contemporary Indian design. All set within a pared-back 1930?s Rajasthan Palace.
As work-life balance becomes a priority for many employees, expectations of the workplace have risen. Design Director Richard Bennett explores how brands can use their workspace to boost their brand experience.
Every month, we like to share work from around the world that inspires us. However, with COVID-19 impacting people and brands worldwide, we’ve switched up the format a bit this month. We’re still reporting on great experienc...