Ten-Second Takeaway

Statement pieces, clean cuts and flowing silhouettes; designer Ruchira Nangalia’s outfits have a minimalistic yet surprisingly-detailed aesthetic.

With Love, From Jaipur

Her label, Nangalia Ruchira stays true to two elements; hand embroidery and tie-dye. In doing so, it celebrates the artisanal spirit of Jaipur, the designer’s hometown. Spring-Summer ’16 is no different. Both ‘Alpenglow’ and ‘Printed Math’ are wonderfully distinctive, but Jaipur’s kaarigari is a common thread that runs through both collections.

All White Everything

250716_RuchiraClothing-AlpenglowAlpenglow’s white kurtas and angarkhas, marked by vibrant pops of colour, are perfect for a summer wedding. Paired with statement silver jewellery, we’d happily let these carry us from day to night.

We love the intricate detailing; think delicate gold embroidery, gota-patti work and interesting necklines. While this collection isn’t available online, you could head to Anantam {South Extension Part – II} and browse.

Tie-d Up

Just as much as we love the ankle-grazing kurtas that feature in Alpenglow, shop for printed pants and tie-dye dresses from her Printed Math Collection. Tie up your white sneakers, and you’re brunch-ready; we know we can’t wait to add a few pieces to our wardrobe ourselves.

Before you check it out, remember to look for the printed Pyjama Party set. Not only will you make a few heads turn, we promise you’ve never been that comfy at a party. So we’d keep an eye out for this at Anantam, as well.

You can check out {and buy from} her Printed Math collection at Pernia’s Pop Up show here.

Photos courtesy: Nangalia Ruchira