THE VOID – Bridging the Gap, One Conclave at a Time!!

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“Power is gained by sharing knowledge, not hoarding it.” When was the last time you listened without interrupting? Spoke without being judged? Heard not to reply but to truly register information? Shared anything without expecting validation? Honestly expressed something without any ulterior motives? Put forth your ideas without the fear of it being nitpicked by your own friends or relatives?

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Shalini James: Celebrating the vibrancy of Indian colours

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By her own admission, she is a raconteur who believes in using Indian cultural motifs, incorporating them into textiles and converting them into stories embedded in fashion. Shalini James is undoubtedly one of the best-known faces of Indian fashion today. Her fierce Indianness oozes out of everything she touches. Her theme for Amazon India Fashion week 2016 has been ‘Indian

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KarmaSuthra: The Queen of Dramatic Jewellery

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“I had absolutely no interest in jewellery or anything pretty for that matter,” says 41-year-old Divya Thomas almost nonchalantly. The seemingly innocuous statement would not have mattered had it been uttered by someone else. But coming from the founder of KarmaSuthra, one of the most loved jewellery brands in India, it is quite surprising indeed. If you are a fan

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Indian Fashion doesn’t have any catching up to do: Nixon Bui

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International style and tribal motifs are as different as chalk and cheese, but not for Nixon Bui. This Copenhagen-based, Arunachal Pradesh born, up and coming fashion designer believes in seamlessly bringing the two perceived to be different elements together to create beautiful designs that are not only appealing but also eco-friendly. In an interview with Cindrebay, the Business Management graduate

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Anything quirky catches my eye: Namitha Pramod

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Her acting in movies like Traffic, Sound Thoma, Vikramadithyan has been a clear indication of her versatility. But Namitha Pramod also has a quirky side to her, one which often gets lost in the characters she plays; her personal fashion trend. She loves everything unique, and though a lazy shopper anything different and quirky will gain her attention. In an

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Being dark skinned is beautiful: Mr Jovita George

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Mr Jovita George-yes you read that right- is one of the most loved Indian YouTubers today. A Malayalee residing in Kuwait, Jovita makes videos on fashion, makeup, relationships, and travel. This former Engineer has had an interesting trajectory; she was a software professional who quit her job to do what she loved; Fashion.  And, from 2010 she started making YouTube

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In conversation with Ar. Lumina Phylis Cleetus

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Ar. Lumina Phylis Cleetus, the chief architect of one of the most well-known studios in Bengaluru, Fulcrum Studio is as practical as spontaneous. She’s a beautiful culmination of the best of both worlds of architecture and literature; a trait that is abundantly displayed in hers works. In an interview with Cindrebay, this Kerala-born architect speaks about her experiences, and love for

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He is a M.A.L.L.U: Rinosh George and his fashion adventures

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His rap video I am a M.A.L.L.U has crossed more than one million views on YouTube, and his previous video This is Bengaluru garnered him rave reviews. Rinosh George has been creating waves in Bengaluru’s music space for quite some time now, but his recent video where he articulates the various idiosyncrasies of Malayalees has catapulted him to semi-stardom. He

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Paaduks: Creating footwear out of tyre scraps

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Designers are a funny lot. They are the innovators of the highest order. Give them a piece of tyre, and they will give you an eco-friendly, trendy footwear. That is exactly what Paaduks, an enterprise based out of Mumbai is doing. The company collects upcycled tyres, and with the help of cobblers transforms those pieces of scrap into beautiful footwear.

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