About

I have been part of the fashion media for many moons (thanks to my  bachelors in fashion + design and masters in fashion + journalism).

My love for words, and the understanding of weaving them with perceptive visuals and tactile elements deepened during my years as Features Editor-Fashion at Femina (lifestyle magazine with Worldwide Media Ltd.—Times of India/BBC). My work involved the generation of fashion content PAN-India, Middle East, Srilanka, Bangaldesh and other geographies via writing, editing, styling, curation, and editorial co-ordination.

Later, I moved to freelance and worked in different avenues. I wrote over 300 journalistic pieces for print and digital media, built fashion content for over 15+ brands, and taught fashion communication modules at universities. 

Now, I use my experience and skills to work on circular fashion through my brainchild — Indian Slow & Spiritual Fashion Research Lab called Revastra It mindfully researches traditional Indian unstitched clothing and its excess to create Know, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Stories and Workshops.

Besides promoting #rephilosophy, you will find me line drawing creatures, reading fantasy, studying yoga, indulging in pottery, and travelling to villages. I am a wannabe-polyglot (can speak over six languages), love tribal living, psychology, and snakes — it has been an intimate love affair as I have been bitten twice; and how I wish I was a Parselmouth! 

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