By Editors

If you haven’t read about LBB’s and Ogaan’s Artisan Bazaar already, allow us to bring you up to speed here. LBB and Ogaan are proud to present a one of a kind, curated Artisans Bazaar, showcasing 15 incredible {and tried and tested many times over}, designers. We’ve given you a list of designers, but woman to woman {and man}, we realize the importance of being able to get a precursor of exactly what they’ll have on offer. In the spirit of being inclusive {and enticing you}, we present the first 4 of our favourite fifteen.

Bhaavya Bhatnagar |

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She’s already in our Little Black Books here, and will now be at our Artisans Bazaar. Staying true to muted palettes, attention to detail, and fine handicraft and construction, Bhaavya will create a ready to wear capsule collection for the Bazaar. This will include separates in organzas, linens and silks, all within the neutrals and warm pastel colours family. You can expect a line up of predominantly shirts and shorts.

Ashdeen |

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Hand embroidery specialists, Ashdeen will showcase bags and dupattas, all evocative of the Parsi aesthetic of Garas and Kors. For the clutches, think silk threads, silver and gold embroidery, with contrasting base colours. We’re talking turquoise blue on black, shades of grey on off-white, and silver on fuchsia. For a more thorough look-see, click here. 

Bodice |

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You probably know the clothes, but we’re giving you a chance to see their accessories collection. Backpacks in soft, collapsable fabrics, bow ties and pocket squares for our equal halves, and socks. For the uninitiated, Bodice’s clothes follow a fairly universal aesthetic across their lines; constructed silhouettes and obvious insertions of androgyny. We’re talking crisp white shirts, midi dresses in breathable knits, and constructed maxis with hints of layering. To learn more, click here. 

Urvashi Kaur |

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Get the entire 411 here, and you’ll know exactly why she makes it to our favourite fifteen. Most popular for her work with tie and dyes, shibori, and block printing in restrained colour palettes including indigo, ochre, reds and ecru, Urvashi Kaur will showcase products from her fall/winter and spring/summer lines. You can look forward to pleated dresses, shirts, scarves, and her signature palazzo pants.