Pavan Anand: Prince of Ornate

Dagmar, with its name meaning ‘a glorious day’, was unveiled in 2004 by Pavan Anand. And standing true to the meaning, it surely must have been a beautiful day that gave a new, contemporary definition to Indian jewelry

  • Ancient Indore's Maharajah Moderne

    The past, present and future have always existed in coalition in India. The past enlightens us, the present ignites us, and the future recites us. This perfect mélange wouldn’t have been possible without personalities across our rich history driving the message of tradition and progression simultaneously. Yashwant Rao Holkar II, the Maharaja of Indore was one such symbol of his time

  • HARAKH - Translating Joy into Jewelry

    Inspired by the vast treasures of Rajasthan and Gujarat, jewelry brand HARAKH combines ancient techniques to create unique pieces that are crafted with a strong spiritual influence. Becoming the official jewellers for le Bal, Paris 2019 gave further credence to their craftsmanship

Rolls-Royce: The Epitome of Luxury Automobile Experience

Speed, style and science, the automobile industry saw a drastic shift when Rolls-Royce entered the automobile sector. One century later, the brand is still a flag bearer and continues to redefine luxury and the motorcar experience

  • A Chair for Freedom, for Liberty, for Purity

    A pop-up show at Gallery Espace brings nine pairs of artists and designers to collaborate on a charity event around chairs, creating unique art pieces which will certainly enchant

  • Paradise Island: Where Heaven, Luxury & Smart Investment Meet

    The crystal clear waters and the expansive greens of Paradise Island were not enough to pull in visitors. It was the vision of three gentlemen. Read the interesting story of the rise of this island, and the golden beacon it has become for investors

  • Sabrina Monte-Carlo: The Art of Tablescaping

    All you décor enthusiasts – elaborate, fresh, tablescaping is making a comeback. It’s time to upgrade that most inviting dinner table

  • Curvilinearism: The Rise of Curved Architecture in China

    Made famous through the works of Antoni Gaudi and Zaha Hadid, the style of curvilinearism has been propelled into the forefront of architectural consciousness. With China as the world’s development hotspot, cities like Beijing, Suzhou and Huzhou are increasingly become breeding grounds for innovative architectural designs