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Su and Ta's favourite
An old rickety wardrobe. Layers of red, green, orange, and blue with an occasional hint of gold and silver.
What do you get when two self-proclaimed ‘sincere nerds’ who pursued engineering and MBA and have a flair.
In 1976, Shabana Azmi and Smita Patil - leading ladies of the alternative Hindi cinema movement - visited Cannes.
The fashion sector, especially fast fashion and high street brands are exploding in India, as shoppers are looking for affordable, accessible and trendy apparels to meet their style quotient.
This is the journey of Su and Ta, two ladies who have taken a plunge to excel in women entrepreneurship and take their start-up SuTa to a next level.
Suta - a combination of the names of the two lovely girls who own this brand, was definitely my favourite find at the Lil' Flea this time.
Suta is not just another fashion brand, it’s a thought woven lovingly together by a dynamic sister duo (Sujata & Taniya) who created a business based on sheer passion & nostalgia.
Ethnic clothes were somewhere reduced to wearing them on special occasions. But their comfort, grace, and the vast scope that they offer to styling need to be reclaimed.
Hubhopper, India’s largest podcasting and audio-on-demand platform, has partnered with Suta, a Mumbai-based sustainable saree brand.
Sujata and Taniya Biswas might have launched their sustainable sari brand in 2016, but their association with the garment goes back to their childhood.
Another round of travel, another sari for it. This time it was a sari by Suta for Kangana, one that she teamed with a Bottega Veneta bag and Gucci sandals.
We are like extensions of each other - one soul with 4 hands, two legs and two heads.
Messages on tees have always been a favourite. And the style has definitely rubbed off on fashion experts for couture ensembles.
Dia Mirza looked absolutely stunning in a magenta and mustard sari that was teamed with a long-sleeved mustard colour blouse.
Given the lockdown happening in various States due to the Corona pandemic and people staying indoors due to social distancing, the e-commerce market has seen a major surge in demand.
The notion of wearing a Saree invokes long gone memories and nostalgia. It was the attire worn by our mothers and our grandmothers and are associated with some of our best childhood memories.
Podcasts come in all shapes and sizes. They can be an hour long or maybe just 10 minutes long. They can be funny, informative, newsy, a story narrative, or anything one can come up with.
Looking for fashion cues combining style and comfort both? Fret not as Kangana Ranaut's latest look can be exactly what you are looking for!
When it comes to nailing different roles like a pro and impressing audiences with versatility, only one Bollywood star comes to mind and it is Kangana Ranaut.
Dia Mirza looked absolutely stunning in a magenta and mustard sari by Suta that was teamed with a long-sleeved mustard coloured blouse.
If your style statement is elegance with a dash of boldness and ethnicity, you have arrived. Suta’s dreamy take on ethnic wear & sarees will make you fall in love with the traditional saree.
It was a glittering evening of woman power and positivity at the Digital Women Awards by SheThePeople.tv, presented by Google and Colors TV, on Saturday, Nov 23rd 2019 at the Crowne Plaza, Gurgaon.
Started by two sisters, Sujata and Taniya, SuTa is a brand that is trying to make the traditional outfit of our country- Saree more accessible to young generations.
Pujo is coming! For anyone who is from Bengali or is a Bengal will full well know the sentiment behind those three words and its impact.
The birthday girl was once seen wearing a beautiful white Malmal saree featured with golden border and teamed with a sleeveless blouse.
“I coloured my hair silver because of my father. He’s a fitness enthusiast and would regularly colour his salt-and-pepper hair to look younger...”
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