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Toesmith

Toesmith

What: Collection of footwear for men and women

USP: Created by designers from all over the world, the shoes come with lightweight EVA injection sole, memory foam insole that provides comfortable cushion effect to the feet while the constructed collar gives extra support to the ankle.

Price: Rs 1,799

Available: Online on Toesmith.com

About Toesmith: India-based online footwear brand Toesmith offers latest designer footwear for men and women.

Global Desi

Global Desi

What: Winter collection of apparel for women

USP: The assortment ranges from dresses, snug tunics and kurtas to cozy jackets and accessories in acro-wool, suede, roma and flat-knit with jewel-tone colours like plums, teals, mustards, ink blues.

Price: Rs 1,899-3,499

Available: At all exclusive brand outlets and multi-brand outlets

About Global Desi: Launched in 2007, Global Desi is an India-inspired young, colourful, boho-chic brand of apparel for women. The brand is currently available at 146 exclusive brand outlets and 402 multi-brand stores across the country. Global Desi opened its first outlet in Mauritius in 2013.

Veave’s Studio | Teori Living

Veave’s Studio | Teori Living

What: Collection of home furnishing products

USP: Using sustainably sourced fabrics and inspired by the Japanese concept of Wabi Sabi, the range comprises cushion covers, table mats, table runners and tissue boxes with no two similar sets.

Price: Rs1,300-10,000

Available: Veave’s Studio in Benaras and online on veavestudio.com

About Veave’s Studio: UP-based Veave’s Studio is a manufacturer of seasonal hand-woven dupatta, stoles, fabrics and hand spun yarns. The brand also creates hand crafted, hand woven banarasi silk sarees, dupattas, stoles and fabrics in Banarasi designs, hand embroidery, jamdani, kantha, block prints and screen prints.

Shades of India | Jugni - Portraits of Love

Shades of India | Jugni - Portraits of Love

What: Collection of apparel for women

USP: The festive collection draws inspiration from an heirloom kurta embroidered with gota work and comes with five colour stories in shades of red, green, olive, purple and natural.

Price: Rs 5,000-24,000

Available: All Shades of India’s flagship stores in Delhi, Gurgaon and Mumbai

About Shades of India: Led by Mandeep Nagi and David Housego, the brand combines contemporary design with the inspiring workmanship of traditional craft. Founded almost two decades ago, Shades of India has built up a strong international reputation and has sold to leading department stores around the world including Harrods and the Conran Shop in the UK, ABC and Gumps in the US, Le Bon Marche in Paris, and Lane Crawford in Hongkong.

Kurl-On

Kurl-On

What: Collection of wedding themed mattress

USP: With the wedding season around, the designs of the wedding themed mattresses are inspired by 10 unique and popular ethnic clothingwear – Mysore silk from Karnataka, pochampally and kalamkari from Andhra Pradesh/Telangana, bandhani from Gujarat, phulkari from Punjab and shisha inspired by Persian embroidery. The mattress is made from soft fabric which is sweat absorbing with added layers of softly foam and quilting for comfort and perfect to gift the newly weds.

Price: Rs 20,000 onwards

Available: All Kurl-On ‘Home Komforts’ stores across Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, Mangalore and Mysore and online on Kurlon.com

About Kurl-On: Kurl-on is India’s leading brand of mattresses, furniture and furnishing products. The brand is available across India through 7000+ multi-brand outlets, 1300+ franchise outlets, and 100+ exclusive brand outlets.

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