Ketchupp was an idea born by Megha and Amita, who realised that they had a common goal, similar tastes and most importantly, complementary skill sets. The partners gave up their corporate careers to start a brand which aims at bringing exclusivity to everyday wear, evening wear or party wear. They specialise in an exciting range of elegantly designed dresses which are exclusively made- you do not have to worry that its mass produced and that you'll bump into someone else wearing what you are!
A select collection of classic silhouettes that embrace simplicity and elegance, indispensable ingredients in a woman's wardrobe. Vaarha brings to you fluid designs with fine details with fine details that underline a quiet minimalism. Natural and blended fabrics breathe gently in clean lines and clear colours. Wear a Vaarha with ease.
"SACARU"a sanskrit word meaning 'very beautiful', created by two friends who put their heart into designing a clothing line for people who love to dress. Kavya, a fashion design graduate from Raffles Design Institute, Sinagpore and Pooja with her Masters in Business Administration from Ohio University, come together to create a line of clothing which weaves western cuts into Indian sensibilities.
Pragya Jain is a graduate of the Delhi College of Art, New Delhi. She has been pursuing art for ten years in India and abroad. Making positive inroads into the contemporary art scene Pragya has shown in New York, Boston, Bangalore, New Delhi and many more cities. The pristine lines of determined geometry that adorn her canvases are favoured by viewers for their clean contours. Her colour palette ranges from sharp black and white contrasts to a fine merger of contiguous blends. Fascinated by the drama of opposites attracted towards each other, Pragya reveals an entirely different personality in her works, where the squared segments box in her ideas into compartmented cellular arrangements, suggesting a narrative born of questioning, statements on current trends, and the need to focus on issues in a systematic manner. They reveal her findings through colours, design, and evocative imagery being integrated into a vision of grace, spirituality and happiness.