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Anya Prints

Anya Prints is the brainchild of Shilpa Bisht, a communication designer from Ahmedabad. Anya Prints aspires to be a design and production centre for hand-printed visuals in the form of greeting cards, storybooks and textiles. Shilpa recently launched her first collection ‘Water’ – a set of limited edition fine prints, in the form of greeting cards. She sent this collection of cards to me with the most delightful hand written letter, and made me very happy! I can’t wait to see what Shilpa and Anya Prints have in store for us this year! In the meantime, get her debut collection right here!

Strand of Silk
If you are in the UK, and have been searching for a way to get hold of the some of the best designer wear from India, look no further, for Strand of Silk is here! With designers like Abraham and Thakore, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Eina Ahluwalia and select others, Strand of Silk promises to bring luxury brands from India right to the comfort of your home. And that’s not all! Strands of Silk is offering a special discount to An Indian Summer readers! Just send an email to Strand of Silk with ‘An Indian Summer’ in the subject line, and get an exclusive 10% discount code! Happy Shopping, folks!

Kish & Evie

Kish & Evie, has been a long time dream for Karishma and Vivek, a duo based in Melbourne, Australia. They have been running a design studio for four years and branched out into crafting beautiful quality pieces from textiles. Kish & Evie ranges are beautiful and exotic, drawing inspiration from the duo’s travels. Their current range is based on a trip to Mexico, and is with a bit of Frida and a bit of Dia De Los Muertos 🙂
Kish and Evie have a great offer for An Indian Summer readers! Just like Kish and Evie’s facebook page and get $25 off on your purchase!

Art Meets Fashion
Aarti Verma’s Art Meets Fashion needs little introduction. A darling of the blog world and creative peeps in India, Aarti has created a niche for her hand drawn accessories and products. Bright colors and a contemporary take on traditional icons are Art Meets Fashion‘s leitmotif. Take a look at her fun creations right here!

Plush Plaza
The last couple of years have been good for decor and online shopping enthusiasts. There have been a bunch of e-stores that have been launched, providing a wide range of home and personal products by way of online shopping. Another store, that has been recently launched and looks very promising, is Plush Plaza. With an expanding range of home furnishing and decor products, Plush Plaza has an interesting and unique collection, all laid out in a very user friendly style on the site for an easy shopping experience. Check out Plush Plaza right here!

Kadambaby is Shuchi Pandey’s online store for kid products designed and created by her. Via Kadambaby, Shuchi’s aim to create products that are attractive to kids and would enhance their imagination and bring out their creative side. Do take a look at the cute range of products on Kadambaby’s site!

Ostana and a giveaway!

And finally, a fabulous giveaway by Otsana! Otsana has been started by Sonaal Rai along with a friend. They work with designers and craftsmen around India to develop products that combine functionality with beauty, combining the age old metal working techniques of India with modern design influences. Their beautiful collection can be viewed here, and also, they have would like to giveaway one of the frames (shown above) to a reader residing in India! All you need to do is to head over to Otsana’s facebook page and comment on the link to this very post. Leave a comment there answering the following question: ‘What would be your favorite picture to put in this photo frame?’ Otsana will announce the name of the winner on it’s page in a week’s time!


  1. Anonymous

    lovelovelove everything! im such a fan of the funky indian style. normally i check out It has a ton of goods imported from India and other countries. you should totally check it out if you like this style:)

  2. Good Collection,thumbs up…

  3. Lovely post !!
    And thanks a lot for featuring my stuff 🙂


  4. I wish I were in India right now.

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