Some Retail Therapy

10

For those of you clamoring for Indian Designers’ clothing in the U.S, been to Anthropologie lately?

ashish-n-soni-anthro.jpg
Buy Ashish N Soni
manish-arora-fish-fry-anthro.jpg
Buy ‘Fish Fry’, Manish Arora


pankaj-ahuja-anthro.jpg
Buy Pankaj Ahuja
rina-dhaka-anthro.jpg
Buy Rina Dhaka


rana-gill-1-anthro.jpg
Buy Ranna Gill
ranna-gill-2-anthro.jpg
Buy Ranna Gill

10 COMMENTS

  1. I actually purchased the Pankaj Ahuja last week. Anthro has lot of Indian stuff in general – only a small percentage is from known brands. Especially during Summer it seems like 70% of products are from Indian vendors – from blouses, dresses, spring jackets to kitchen aprons, table runners, quilts and drapes!




    0



    0
  2. I love anthropologie, but i find it too expensive. I find it appalling when a non-designer item, say a cotton blouse will cost you over $75. When you buy for cheap in India and mark up this high, i doubt any of the profits are being used for a good cause.

    I guess I don’t love anthropologie so much. Ha.




    0



    0
  3. where can u get ritu kumar in california p& p??
    im desperate!!i tried the online website..its not very reliable..!!and u cant make out the outfits clearly..HELP!!




    0



    0
  4. RITUKUMAR FREAK
    At pioneer boulevard in LA , whr thr is a huge Indian Market, they have a great showroom with stuff from all these designers, chk tht out:)




    0



    0

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here