Editor’s picks: Geometricity
We scanned all that’s on offer and came back with this edit
Aish by Nupur Goenka You might not notice at first glance, but her scarves involve jamdani embroidery on wool, which is rare (and a lot of hard work).
Anavila Her linen saris are a dream. For Geometricity, Anavila Misra creates 11 one-off saris in graphic prints. Bonus: She’ll be presenting her sister’s line of jewellery made with jute and beaten metal.
The Bungalow by Mathieu Gugumus-Leguillon His flair for structures combined with a riot of prints – stripes, polka dots, ikat – makes for a winning collection.
Olivia Dar Known for her intricately beaded pieces, Dar brings some of that monochrome magic to clutches, collar necklaces and cuffs. Spend more than 10 seconds on the spots and stripes and you’ll be left with optical illusions. Fun.
Mozez Singh The guest designer will be showcasing new additions to his Mughal Pop furniture collection - two of which will make their India debut at Geometricity.
Injiri by Chinar Farooqui Her collection of embroidered cushions is minimal, yet impactful.