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When did you know you wanted to become a designer

I’ve always been attracted to color, nature and the arts. It sounds very cliche but from my youth (bachpan) my uncle told my mother to send me to Paris to study for design.

2. Did you have any challenges breaking into the industry?

Yes, of course. At the time I started off, there were no design schools, and everything had to be learned from scratch. When I was learning the ropes there were no sources of information except for fashion magazines. There was no Internet, no Google and no Pinterest to take inspiration from. British/Italian Vogue was my bible back then.

Did you have any challenges breaking into the industry?

Yes, of course. At the time I started off, there were no design schools, and everything had to be learned from scratch. When I was learning the ropes there were no sources of information except for fashion magazines. There was no Internet, no Google and no Pinterest to take inspiration from. British/Italian Vogue was my bible back then.

Did you have any challenges breaking into the industry?

Yes, of course. At the time I started off, there were no design schools, and everything had to be learned from scratch. When I was learning the ropes there were no sources of information except for fashion magazines. There was no Internet, no Google and no Pinterest to take inspiration from. British/Italian Vogue was my bible back then.

shamsha Hashwani presents “Bayram”; a beautiful luxe collection derived from Middle Persian, Bayram means celebration. This collection embodies the essence of cultural craft- Featuring embroideries that depict old world, middle eastern design elements, intertwined with classic silhouettes and a fresh color palette.

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Shamsha Hashwani presents “Bayram”; a beautiful luxe collection derived from Middle Persian, Bayram means celebration. This collection embodies the essence of cultural craft- Featuring embroideries that depict old world, middle eastern design elements, intertwined with classic silhouettes and a fresh color palette.

The timelessness of her pieces go above and beyond transient trends to highlight lasting heritage works of art. The label is actively creating modern pret wear involving contemporary tailored tunics with hand embroideries that we absolutely adore! Made in rich hues of Prussian blues, crimson, turquoise, tea pinks and cranberry reds- each ensemble is perfectly adorned with delicate hand work. At the top of our hit list sits their crimson colored asymmetrical outfit complete with flared pants and a trickling of Kashmiri thread work.


Their patch work kurta is an absolute must have; with kantha stitches accentuating this look rendering it a top spot on our must have list. Have a look at the complete collection below:


They’ve got the peplums with embroidery. They’ve got the

 
They’ve got the peplums with embroidery. They’ve got the

velvet choli’s paired with an embroidered peshwaas. They’ve even got the signature Sania Maskatiya jacket with detailed Ari embroidery and embellishments! Essentially,

velvet choli’s paired with an embroidered peshwaas. They’ve even got the signature Sania Maskatiya jacket with detailed Ari embroidery and embellishments! Essentially, they’ve got outfits that are perfect for your day and night occasions. Whether it’s a day wedding or an evening soirée, Maneli’s pieces work their charm and ooze elegance. Our personal favorite is their stunning white embroidered net shirt with a net lehenga paired with a stitched dupatta. The florals steal our hearts and we know it’ll steal yours! So hurry and pre book your favorite piece from Maneli in store and online! Scroll down to check out more!

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Sania Maskatiya’s brand has always remained dedicated to providing signature pieces that accentuate femininity and radiate beauty. Their new Spring Summer collection, Maneli, is a reflection of their creativity as well as what’s in trend for the season! 

Sania Maskatiya’s brand has always remained dedicated to providing signature pieces that accentuate femininity and radiate beauty. Their new Spring Summer collection, Maneli, is a reflection of their creativity as well as what’s in trend for the season! 


They’ve got the peplums with embroidery. They’ve got the velvet choli’s paired with an embroidered peshwaas. They’ve even got the signature Sania Maskatiya jacket with detailed Ari embroidery and embellishments! Essentially, they’ve got outfits that are perfect for your day and night occasions. Whether it’s a day wedding or an evening soirée, Maneli’s pieces work their charm and ooze elegance. Our personal favorite is their stunning white embroidered net shirt with a net lehenga paired with a stitched dupatta. The florals steal our hearts and we know it’ll steal yours! So hurry and pre book your favorite piece from Maneli in store and online! Scroll down to check out more! 

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