For the Love of Local
Cosmopolitan India|September 2020
For the Love of Local
We are back again with seven stylish women, who have a strong affinity towards homegrown labels, as they show us the pieces they will forever be crushing over.
Priyanka Yadav

Divya Saini

FASHION STYLIST AND FOUNDER, BODEMENTS

“I have a vibrant personality, and I like to dress to match it. I especially dig gender-fluid clothes... This co-ord set by Moral Science caught my eye as soon as I walked into to the store. Moral Science is a slow-fashion label that explores fashion as a medium of storytelling. I truly feel that the clothes we wear are an extension of who we are and what values we stand for. I like to wear pieces that accentuate my personality and this particular one fits the bill perfectly. And I wear it quite often, too. Co-ord sets like this one are great as you can wear the pieces separately as well. When not donning them together, I wear the pants with a black top and boots, and the jacket over mom jeans with a plain white T-shirt. Other Indian labels that I love include Roma Narsinghani, HUEMN, Jaywalking, Nought One by Abhishek Paatni, and Naushad Ali.”

Anisha Jain

CELEBRITY STYLIST

“This Arpita Mehta piece is a fairly recent purchase. I got it during the lockdown for my brother’s wedding, so it’s really special to me. And it is completely my vibe. It’s comfortable, very ‘Indian’, and also makes a strong statement! This is the second time I am wearing it (as I haven’t had the chance to style it since the wedding), and I have paired it with a basic black dress and stilettoes here. I feel this piece is very versatile and I can’t wait to explore the different ways I can wear it. Along with Arpita Mehta, the other designers on my radar include Anamika Khanna, Nought One by Abhishek Paatni for athleisurewear, and Sahil Aneja for menswear.”

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September 2020