Girl Who Lost Things

This collection is an effervescence of soothing muted tones, quirky elements and a clean modern silhouette. The wide range of ensembles is intricately embroidered, and coupled with leather and mesh detailing.


The girl who lost things is perfect for the fuss free generation looking for something classic, yet edgy for a breezy summer day or an evening out. The looks are as much for the elegant in their sensibility as the adventurous in spirit – crisp white shirts with a twist, pleated and printed shift dresses, cut out and ruffled blouses, a range of skirts and a lot of emphasis on sheer make a strong statement that sets each piece apart.


The collection is inspired by a poem “The girl that lost things” by George MacDonald. The poem captures the journey of a girl, starting off as raw, reckless and materialistic, who soon goes through some life changing losses, making her discover things she didn’t know about herself. Making her come a full circle, from reckless to pure and divine. This collection captures the growth of the character.


Bits of the poem have been translated into print and embroideries through out the collection. The color story starts off with pristine white and ends with a strong midnight blue. The collection explores various surface techniques that build in collage style placement, leather cutwork along with beadwork and self texture.