#ThrowbackThursday: Kallol Datta

As Kallol Datta pushes boundaries with his latest show titled Random Access, we revisit a a conversation about the things that drive his design lexicon.

Like Art Like Music

Music is a work of art, and sometimes, it comes wrapped up in albums covers that are equally stunning.

Fishy Business

Three restaurants that are re-imagining the concept of sea to table.


Indianama 2017

In its second edition, Indianama moves beyond an art and graphic design exhibition to being a socio-cultural experiment, breathing life into the country's identity.


Photography by Vartika Sharma

Fun and Free Kavya & Mali

Our Music Cover Story from this year presents two very cool, talented girls who are very different not only in their music but also as people.

"I don't think I'm going to be at all famous, I don't think I could handle it. I would probably go mad."

Amy Winehouse

Short Take

Short Take

Aneeth Arora, Fashion Designer

First memory of fashion? 
Sabyasachi Mukherjee telling me that my work will sell like hot cakes one day. 

One thing that will never go out of fashion?
A classic white shirt.

Three most significant people in your life?
My mother. My mother, and my mother.
Most fashionable city?

Three things people don’t know about you...
I'm scared of water. I'm one hell of an introvert. I can go without sleeping for weeks.


Animal Design Studio

Music Issue 2017

  • pg. 38


    Lucy Rose shares how she found her voice and made it the world's.

  • pg. 20

    Cover Story

    Kavya and Maalavika, two fresh new voices, get to know each other.

  • pg. 23

    Best of Fest

    The founders of three of India's biggest alternative festivals.

  • pg. 31

    Girls On A Song

    Meet some of India's most exciting, young, indie voices.

  • pg. 48


    Here are three young designers who've got our attention.

  • pg. 54


    Director Ravi Udyawar on what led him to his debut feature.

  • pg. 72


    Tashan Mehta on what went into her debut book, The Liar's Weave.

  • pg. 64


    Photographer Nirvair Singh Rai captures The Rohingyas of Myanmar.

  • pg. 104


    Ashim Ahluwalia takes us behind his vision for Daddy.

  • pg. 79

    Life's Realities

    The true-life tale of a boy born into a cremation community in Benaras

  • pg. 84

    Style - Toki Doki

    A collectors zine where Bharat Sikka captures street style in Tokyo.

  • pg. 108


    A three minute venture into the mind of actor Vinay Pathak.