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A sustainable Indian accessories brand: Studio Beej

A sustainable Indian accessories brand: Studio Beej

Homegrown accessories label Studio Beej is plugging a gap in India’s sartorial accessories space by creating bags from sustainable, cruelty-free materials including cork and Piñatex, fitted with upcycled and recycled trimmings and fastenings

Moving to Jaipur and rediscovering herself

Moving to Jaipur and rediscovering herself

Boutique hospitality consultant Insia Lacewalla, who called the fabulous city her home for several years speaks about her favourite spots in the city, the danger of digital validation and the importance of speaking about mental health

A Soul Journey

A Soul Journey

Are we making ourselves sick by being over critical and not looking after ourselves, especially when the going gets really tough? You can heal yourself by being true to your inner guidance.

Lagom: A joyous, balanced life, Swedish style

Lagom: A joyous, balanced life, Swedish style

Lagom, or the Swedish lifestyle of balance and joy is all the rage. Sweden brings a slice of it to India. Earlier this year, before the Royal Swedish couple King Carl Gustaf Folke Hubertus and Queen Silvia Renate Sommerlath visited the country, the Consulate General of Sweden hosted Swedish Style Mumbai, a lifestyle event throwing a spotlight on Sweden’s creative industries from fashion, design, architecture, photography, fine arts, film, technology, gastronomy and music.

What is Slow Living?

What is Slow Living?

What is Slow Living and why is it so important for the next decade? We reflect on the future. We’ve reached the tail-end of a tumultuous decade. What next? Many people still ask me what is slow living? Here’s why we need to embrace the…

The Hidden Kingdom

The Hidden Kingdom

One of our favourite botanical illustrators and authors, Nirupa Rao is out with a new nature and science book. Her latest tome, Hidden Kingdom, features botanical illustrations of fascinating plants native to the Western Ghats—from carnivores and parasites to flowers that smell like rotting flesh. You’ll encounter familiar species (like pepper) as well as the more obscure (like the colourless ghost orchid), all certain to make you see the natural world with new eyes.