Fashion Talk

Jeff Emmanuel

Company - AdamEveFamily

A virtual fashion-based company AdamEveFamily has lined up a full roster of digital models and collections that will bring about a change in the way the world perceives fashion and advertising. As digital marketing moves more and more towards a personalised niche, virtual avatars will continue to rise and find themselves becoming the real deal, like the metaverse. In an Interview with Fibre2Fashion, Co-founder & CEO Jeff Emmanuel discusses about AR-VR based companies, digital influencers and shares his thoughts on digital well-being.

Jennifer Droguett

Label - Anciela

Colombian-Chilean designer Jennifer Droguett founded the London-based conscious womenswear label Anciela as a homage to her South American heritage. It celebrates South American folklore and experimental tailoring and is a culmination of Droguett’s rich experiences of a childhood combined with an outsider’s perspective gained from leaving the homeland and living in London. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, Droguett talks about how she developed an interest for the fashion industry and her journey so far.

Archana Choudhary

Brand - Pomcha Jaipur

Archana Choudhary is an Indian fashion designer and founder of Pomcha Jaipur, an ethnic clothing label inspired by the colours, prints, and heritage of Rajasthan. The culture and heritage of Jaipur, where Chopra has lived since her childhood, impressed her, and are depicted in her designs. She began her journey with Pomcha in 2020 and is on her way to take the brand to new heights. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, Chopra talks about her inspiration towards starting an ethnic wear brand, Pomcha’s background and future plans.

Anupamaa Dayal

Label - Anupamaa Dayal

With a strong focus on Indian hand-printing and needlecraft techniques, the eponymous fashion label Anupamaa seeks to become a global voice for beautiful Indian handicrafts. The label’s vision is to become a leader in resortwear across many geographies including India. Designer Anupamaa Dayal joins Fibre2Fashion to chat about her brand and creative expression as well as give her take on print trends for 2023.

Niki Mehra Madan

Niki Mehra

Niki Mehra is a well-known Indian model; fashion, beauty, and travel blogger; and social media influencer who has made a name for herself in the country’s fast-growing fashion sector. She gained popularity for her lifestyle hacks, which she routinely shares on her social media channels and in blog articles under the hashtags #NMRethinks and #hacksbyniki. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, the influencer talks about her journey, challenges, and the pros and cons of the fashion Industry.

Ridhi Mehra & Shivani Poddar

Ridhi Mehra & Indya

Recently, Indya—an India-based fusion wear brand founded by Shivani Poddar—collaborated with designer Ridhi Mehra to launch a special festive collection. In an Interview with Fibre2Fashion, designer Ridhi Mehra and Indya founder & CEO Shivani Poddar discuss their journey so far, Talks about their latest collaboration, and suggest a few wardrobe essentials.

Gaby Charbachy

Label - Gaby Charbachy

Gaby Charbachy’s designs are crafted for modern, fashion-oriented women who enjoy stepping outside the traditional limits. Characterised by technically challenging cuts and attention to detail, his dresses are daring yet feminine. Well-known for his red-carpet creations, the Lebanese designer’s pieces have been worn by celebrities like Tong Liya, Ann Andress and Sonakshi Sinha. In a chat with Fibre2Fashion, Charbachy talks about his journey, inspirations, and his future plans for the label.

Rimjhim and Ketan Jaggi


India-based fashion label SASSAFRAS, founded by Rimjhim and Ketan Jaggi, is known for its versatile and jazzy collection, and is dedicated to the free-spirited youth of today. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, the Co-founders talk about the vibe of their collection, the retail fashion industry of India, and their predictions regarding fashion trends for 2023.


Brand - The Little Black Bow

India-based fashion label The Little Black Bow aims to amalgamate a contemporary design aesthetic, silhouettes, and stories with Indian sensibilities, workmanship, and crafts. In a chat with Fibre2Fashion, Co-founder Boo shares about the label’s initial struggles and how sustainability is incorporated into their brand.

Sylvie Millstein


Sylvie Millstein is the founder of fashion brand Hellessy, which focuses on timeless pieces with an inherent sense of laid-back glamour. She brings her extensive experience in the luxury fashion industry and her unique French/Japanese background to create captivating designs. Based in Millstein’s Soho studio, each Hellessy collection is produced locally and ethically in NYC. Millstein’s brand has a following of notable celebrities including Emily Ratajkowski, Priyanka Chopra, and Rihanna. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, Millstein talks about her dream, collections, design process and trends.

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