Translating Traditions

Wouldn’t you all agree that we millennial women most skillfully albeit beautifully trapeze on the rope which has the ‘traditional’ and the ‘modern’ on its two ends? Hell yes, we do! In fact it is this inexplicable artistry of us women that became the catalyst for our very first post! You see, fashion is extremely reminiscent to traditions- we’ve got to embrace the quintessential and translate it in our own avatar! So we grabbed the otherwise conventional and most traditional Bengali white saree with red border, from our mothers’ closets and gave it our modish translation!

Let us take you for a visual joyride to celebrate fashion, real women and Calcutta!

Red and White Saree

Red and White Saree/ "/ " "/


Roshni & Paushali

Photo Credits: Abhijnan Bose

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Academician | Corporate Geek| Style Influencers | Millennial Women A creative initiative of two millennial women, Paushali, the corporate practitioner and Roshni an academician, in an attempt to celebrate Fashion hidden in the nooks and crannies of the city, the Real Women and Calcutta!


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      December 28, 2017

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