By Editors

If you’re still wondering what we’re talking about, we’re giving you one last chance to get all the dirt here.  We introduced you to the first four of our favourite fifteen, and now here come the next five. We promised to stay inclusive {and enticing}. Say hello to the next five on our roster, or better yet, come say hello in person, on the 23rd of August at Ogaan, Haus Khaz Village.

Nappa Dori |

napa-dori LBB and Ogaan Artisans Bazaar: Meet the Designers | Look Book Volume 2You’ll get a chance to get up, close and so personal with their products, that you can even take them home. The luxe leather specialists will present iPad covers, Macbook sleeves {we own two}, SLR cases, hard drive cases, wallets, toiletry bags, passport cases, classic clutches and umbrellas. If you’re not big fans of smaller accessories, or don’t even own an SLR, iPad or hard drive, you can choose from their carpenter bags, classic mini trunks, vanity cases and backpacks. They’re also bringing stationery, belts, metal pods and small leather products for you to choose from. Get the low down, here. 

Raw Mango |

raw-mango LBB and Ogaan Artisans Bazaar: Meet the Designers | Look Book Volume 2

Raw Mango models itself as a brand of contemporary Indian handwoven textiles, crafted using traditional techniques {read:artisans}. It is redefining the sari, and making traditional weaves and textiles not only accessible, but trendy. Over the last few years, they’ve worked with weavers from Chanderi, Varanasi, Bengal, and the block printers of Akola and Rajasthan. Each sari is made with utmost care, craftsmanship and labour, taking between 7 days and a month to manufacture one. We needn’t tell you what you can expect, because there’s no defining the beauty of an indigenous product like the sari.  Get the whole nine years, here 

Outhouse |

outhouse LBB and Ogaan Artisans Bazaar: Meet the Designers | Look Book Volume 2

We’re going to let these images do the talking, because with statement pieces like these, no number of statements will do it justice. On offer will be Outhouse’s accessories, including cuffs, pendants, earrings, and neck pieces. Still want more? Look here, and be at the bazaar on the 23rd.

White Champa |

WORKK23 LBB and Ogaan Artisans Bazaar: Meet the Designers | Look Book Volume 2

For the uninitiated, White Champa is a womenswear fashion label, popular for their relaxed silhouettes, yet structured tailoring. European style tailoring meets traditional Indian textiles {cottons, muslins, silk, chanderi and matka silks}, and often features hand embroidered detailing. For the Bazaar, the collection will be made from all natural fabrics, including linen, silk/cotton, chanderis, mulmul and voiles. The drapes are all summer friendly; think lightness, fluidity and airiness {loose clothing}. The palettes are across two shade cards – one features nudes, eggshells, whites and blacks, while the other is more vibrant and includes tangerine, yellow, fuchsia and electric blue. Also, you’ll get to see their newly launched accessories line, for the first time! Find out more about them here. 

Nimai |

nimai LBB and Ogaan Artisans Bazaar: Meet the Designers | Look Book Volume 2

Another accessory addition, Nimai is India’s first multi designer concept store, that houses jewelry by new, emerging and established designers. They are bringing a curated selection of 16 labels to the Bazaar. You can expect soft, small earrings, hand pieces, pendants, hand embroidered and embellished hairbands, charms, broaches, and gold statement bib necklaces.  Keep an eye, ear and hand out for the ear cuffs and haath phool collection. 


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