"Celebration Of Artist Expression"


This collection celebrates the innate organic artist we all have
within us. Liquid drips of paints , abstract strokes of expression inspired
this artistic line celebrating the artists expression on canvas. Bold stripes,
dripping Aztecs and signature abstract embroidery art compliment this bold
& luxurious collection of glam resort ensembles.  Projected forms,
defined geometry and lineal accents make for a pronounced season fluid
Exploring the scope for luxe pret wear, the collection draws heavily
from outerwear staples. Co-ordinated sets, coats and trenches in custom-made
prints create abstract and amorphous shapes. These are balanced by sharply
tailored separates in premium fabrics such as rich hemp silks and sheer
organzas. Statement travel-wear to opulent evening pieces offer ample sartorial
choices for a non-tropical holiday.
The predominant palette of lilacs, magenta, obergine & coffee and is
contrasted by a sharp embroidery techniques. The trompe l'oeil prints add
texture to the range. A modern, urban derivation of the traditional zardozi
, raffia & 
baroque embellishment technique highlights the pieces.
This is high- prêt with a dramatic flair. The handmade fringes
takes one to a luxurious dream.
Feeling and experiencing
luxe psychedelic vibe  is the mood of the collection…

“The graphic intricacy of the mosaic details’’


For the Autumn-Winter 2021, Nikita Mhaisalkar unveils “NOURA”.

This collection is a nostalgic ode to the wanderlust spiritsuntamed by the crisis. Last few months, we have mentally transported to theplaces which we desired to. The cancelled plan, the refunded tickets, the emptycamera rolls, the longing for the strolls.

This collection is the sheer celebration of all thephenomenal voyages, which never got out of the journals.

Islamic architecture has been the core center of thiscapsule. The graphic intricacy of the mosaic details to the hand-painted floralpatterns on the tile work. The print story narrates the poetic grace of thesacred geometry.

Vintage aged antiques from souks inspired us to craftexquisite embroideries reflecting the grandeur of heirloom regalia...

Istanbul is a euphoria, I fell in love


For the Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2021, Nikita Mhaisalkar unveils ‘Guzel’, a collection that embodies a luxe tapestry of glamour & antiquity of Turkey – The Land of Legends.

Journeys through Aegean olive groves to eastern steppe, magical minarets, hidden Ottoman Hans, tea gardens & labyrinth souk bazaars – this collection creates an equal part fluid & dream-like statement with vintage corsets, sharply tailored evening suits, majestic Kaftans, masterful jackets & balloon hemmed maxis.

Invoking the immortal symbolism of Turkish art, traditional baroque embroidery is used in the collection in a rich palette of gold & bronze, elevated with precious colour stones to create a sense of radical luxury. Each piece is eloquently crafted with the magic of traditional handloom techniques, to maintain the texture & story of the prints of the carpets. Swathes of bespoke corduroy & sustainable bamboo jersey remain the essence of the line.

The Guzel woman envisages the memoirs of a rich past with a notion of opulent glamour – making her ever so a vision of power & beauty.



‘RUMI’ - a poem of the woods, in the woods...Dreaming of the forgotten woods of the mountains, we take you through the rustling of the autumn leaves.
The warmness of the bon fire got us dreaming. The pine, the old rose and the pewter shine on the winter twigs got us the inspiration to explore what RUMI was all about...his boundless love for nature, for being, for self love, for expecting the unexpected.

Navigate across the African wilderness


Get in your Safari mode and let's explore the enchanting world of indigenous crafts of tribes. Rustic palette of Turmeric yellow, paprika red, deep mustard, intense Olive, Burnt sienna and terracotta narrates the poetic warmth of the long summers.

This edition we have re-imagined the old-school Raffia Embroidery technique using 100% organic Palm raffia straws derived from the palms in Madagascar. Intricately mixed with hand dyed wooden beads, printed sequins and other hand embroidery skills sets and basket prints inspired by the basket weaving craft from Africa.
Each look captures mood of the free spirited diva, who is on her quest to create her tribe.