By Editors

We’re all set for our Artisans Bazaar tomorrow at Ogaan, Hauz Khas Village, featuring 16 homegrown labels {men, there’s enough for you as well}. You’ve already met nine designers, and now let’s bring our hands together for the last 7 of our favourite fifteen. For a quick look-see on the first nine, get all the info here and here. And now for the final 6…

1701 |

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1701 is bringing their three part travel collection to the Bazaar, and to make it all the more worth your while, the option of instant customisation. As part of their products, you can expect notebooks, baggage tags, currency folios {which double as clutches}, SLR Camera bags, and toiletries cases {where the compartments have been well thought out}.But, the real clincher: the notebooks and luggage tags can be customised on the spot. Which for the record is Ogaan, Hauz Khas Village.

Suket Dhir |

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We’ve been promising you male representation, and we didn’t just mean uni-sex accessories. We’re following through on our promise with Suket Dhir, a western menswear label, rooted in an Indian aesthetic. Each garment is crafted from natural, eco-friendly fabric; cottons, linen, bamboo, fine mulmul, and silk blends, transformed into modern silhouettes. Let us break it down – indigo blue shirts, earthy linen button downs, kurtis in pop colours, and universally appealing checks and whites, with the added incentive of scarves. The label also specialises in bespoke services; just a heads up in case you’d like to place orders for after the Bazaar.

Pero |

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The name ‘Pero’ means ‘to wear’ in Marwari {the local language of Rajasthan}, aligning with their Indian aesthetic in their textile process. All their materials are handmade and labours of love, so much so, that you’ll find the embroidered initials of the artisans that have worked on your clothing. All in the spirit of keeping Indian textiles and handicrafts alive, Pero has specially designed a collection exclusively for the Artisans Bazaar. You can expect shirts, white separates with sheer panels, and tunics. And best news yet, you’ll get to see and own it first.

Jewellery by Astha Jagwani |

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Having studied in England, and then having moved to Jaipur, you can expect a fine synergy of Indian and Contemporary styles. Another accessory addition, you can count on statement rings {including midi rings}, stunning heath phools, and on trend head gear.

Kavita Bhartia |

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Every Punjabi wedding attendee worth their backless blouse knows Kavita Bhartia. And she’s at the Bazaar, showcasing her line of indo-western tunics. Think asymmetrical lines with sheer detailing, monochrome prints with fuchsia embroidery, and paisley inspired prints, in relaxed silhouettes.

Kardo |

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A menswear brand, that blends tradition with modernity, ensuring every product is a testament to their handcrafted and perfectly tailored fashion. Men, you can expect shirts with intricate detailing {think elbow patches, unique prints and patterns facing, and subtle ribbon tapes on the collars}. Besides the detailing, what kind of shirts you ask? Everything from staple block colors and checks, to ikat reminiscent prints, all the way down to camouflage.

In addition to our favourite sixteen, Ogaan will also be curating their own stall, showcasing handpicked in house labels. See you on the 23rd of August, at Ogaan {Hauz Khas Village}, 11am to 8pm.