In cultures of Dialogue, JLF 2016: : Eloquence and Sobriety : : Part 1/2

Featuring BIAS India Garments for the free spirit, Risa Bags to carry all the eloquence and some finnese with A’MEN Borges for men

What seems like an interesting setting for the nerds and socialites from across the world and the coutry for a weekend in Jaipur, JLF is a major attraction for the eloquent accents for most of the alert and aware illumanati. It is also a piligrim to literature entusiasts who love the dialogue and brain muscle exercise; attending sessions after sessions ranging from coming out stories of authors to the dismissal of Arab Spring as a one time affair to a onging not ending revolution.

What captures you is the enthralling hyperbole of the Diggi Palace’s charm. Refreshed, stark and vibrant that sets the tone and mood right for some serious talking.

On Saumya is an ensemble created using the very free spirited and bold shirt and pants from Bias India. Where the brand helps define people their true style and comfort, what really sets the tone right is the ease and comfort with which it embodies the personality wearing the garment. The look is contained by the black shoes and the bag from Risa Bags, the bag is a perfect statement peice for making the first impression or the exert some influence on everyday affair of lives.

I decided to keep it urban and slightly more contained with the top buttoned grey shirt from BIAS India and layered with a classic black leather jacket. The statement wear Frilled Borgues are from A’MEN by Siddharth and Apporva the designer duo are killing it with some new age designs and are adding an extra diemension to the futuristic sophistication, I am personally rooting for their upcoming collection.


Also, since it was litrature fest and we ended up laying our hands on quiet a few of books here is our pick added to the reading lists.

From Left to Right — The Liar by Stepen Fry, Mona Eltahawy’s political essays and a refreshing novel by Sid Sanghavi, touted to be next to Arundhati Roy and Seth’s Suitable Boy, they have been amazing picks from the festival.

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