From Supriya Lele to Gaurav Gupta, here are the most beautiful collaborations of Indian designers to add to your cart


Fendi and Versace reunited for “Fendance” at Milan Fashion Week; Balenciaga chained The Simpsons in a 10-minute episode that showed the residents of Springfield walking the runway for the fashion label; Designer Chris Stamp collaborated with iconic Japanese chef Nobu Matsuhisa for STAMPD. If you haven’t figured it out yet, we’re referring to recent collaborations between fashion designers and other resourceful artists that have made headlines this year.

Closer to home, proving that creativity is best served when shared, are these three local collaborations that currently make us click on “add to cart”.

ROYCE ‘X Gaurav Gupta

Like us, if chocolate coated potato chips have been your go-to snack since the Japanese chocolate brand launched in India, this collaboration will give you something new to look forward to. Delhi-based fashion designer Gaurav Gupta, known for his whimsical and structured clothes, designed the packaging for the chocolate brand’s limited edition collection, which includes four types of boxes filled with their pure chocolate, chocolate wafers. , Prafeuille chocolate, Nutty Bar chocolate and more. Inspired by the timelessness and whimsy of age-old fairy tales, each box resembles a leather-bound storybook and is adorned with vintage illustrations of a fantasy forest with trees, birds, water and the sky. Boxes are available in 12 cities in India: Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Kolkata, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Chandigarh, Jaipur and Ahmedabad and you can pre-book them on

Obeetee X Shantanu & Nikhil

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