The romantic dusty pink hues of the old town of Jaipur give the Rajasthani city its famous name “Pink City”. Jaipur’s ornate royal palaces, its colors and heritage inspired us to create our jewelry collection according to the ancient enameling craft.
This bag collection is inspired by the beauty of the intricately adorned Havelis of Jaipur. Havelis are historical town houses of the Maharajas and their families and are highly influenced by Rajasthani architecture.
Inspired by Fateh Garh, a magical place perched on a hilltop above Udaipur, that towers over fields, grassland and Lake Pichola in the distance.
Inspired by Udaipur, India's ancient city of palaces and lakes, we created a luxurious line of silk thread embroidered cushions.
With "Mughal Minimalism" we created a contemporary and minimalisic take on the magnificent Mughal architecture. Mughal monuments such as the famous Taj Mahal are a blend of Islamic, Persian and Indian architecture.
Kashmir`s spectacular natural beauty served as inspiration for this collection. Imagine Kashmir in early autumn, the red flowers on the meadows still blooming, the first leaves falling from the trees, sparkling streams coursing through the valleys, encircled by the snow-capped Himalayas.
Salawas is a picturesque village in Rajasthan famous for the ancient art of Dhurrie-weaving. It is fascinating to watch how the skillful artisans from the village weave these rugs painstakingly by hand.
inspired by the pristine Agonda beach at the southernmost tip of Goa. Only few beaches of India can measure up to the tranquil, unspoiled sands and crashing waves of this 3km long, crescent shaped beach.
With this collection, we echo the spring-time ambiance of Lodhi Garden, an iconic and essential part of Delhi’s history and landscape.
Our colorful, hand-beaded clutch bags are a modern interpretation of ancient tribal handicrafts of Gujarat. Gujarati bead work is a ritual oriented craft that plays an important role in the life of tribal women.
Remote and situated at high altitude, the former Buddhist kingdom of Ladakh offers a rough yet unequalled scenic beauty. Gompas and stupas crown rocky mountain tops amid meditanional mani stone walls inscribed with countless Lamaist prayers.
The bedding collection is inspired by the enchanting love story between the Mughal emperor Akbar and Nadira Begum in the 14th century. Akbar was so enamored by Nadira’s beauty that he named her “Anarkali”, meaning "pomegranate blossom".