Since Lakme Fashion Week came to a close, we’ve been obsessing over Masaba’s eclectic print brigade, Shilpa Shetty’s body, and how to make money now and fast to be able to own some of Masaba’s pieces. The dream for Shetty’s body is over {short-lived, since we’re realistic}, but the hunt for Masaba’s clothes is on, and we do believe we’ve found a solution., an online shopping portal, houses a curated selection of Masaba’s crop tops, midi and maxi dresses, and long shorts and pants, all in her signature prints, and retailing for under INR 4000. Positioned as a high street portal, the idea is for featured designers to be accessible, and most of the lines on display are specially designed for Stylista. If that wasn’t enough, they also feature Yogesh Chaudhary {signature Pacman designs}, Wendell Rodricks, Nishka Lulla, Priyadarshini Rao, and Monica Dogra. You’ll notice price points tend to stay under the INR 5000 bracket, with the odd exception. Good thing most of these clothes come in sizes other than small.

Where: Shop online, now, and here.

Akanksha Redhu’s Online Fashion Store |


Fashion blogesphere’s darling Akanksha Redhu just upped the ante on her blog. She has curated an online store, which features a few of her favourite things, and doesn’t include raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens. What it does include is her favourite pieces of jewellery, accessories, statement necklaces, pairs of shoes, bomber jackets and trench coats, lace capes and sunglasses, and her pick of beauty products. Although this sounds like every other fashion blog, the difference is, you can now shop online on hers. Each product links back to its original store, where you can buy it. She hasn’t provided a payment gateway though, and a lot of the featured products are from international portals, so be warned of hefty shipping charges. If nothing else, there are some great finds on her curated selection. Like that lace cape – winning.

Where: Start shopping from her top picks, here.

Manan |


Manan is set to launch a third store in the capital {not far from its Khan Market sister}, this time in Meherchand Market. Spread over two floors, the first floor will be dedicated entirely to home decor, soft furnishings and accessories, while the ground will be solely for women’s apparel. Just to make this even more attractive to you, come launch day, the ground floor will have on display Manan’s festive collection for women, and the first, an entire new range of products. So, we’re guessing they may go a long way in solving Diwali wardrobe problems. Just what we need, another place to shop.

Where: 115, Meherchand Market