This is Nirali Parekh, co-founder of Belliskey. Presently, we’re one of the very few feminist brands in the country that stands on equality and empowering other women. I personally believe we should promote community participation which will enhance individual identity. If we can provide equal opportunities, we can easily uplift humanity. So, this Women’s Day let’s #stirwithstyle and celebrate the tribe of successful women who are slaying in their fields:-
Maisha, a lifestyle accessory brand started by Esha originates from the hub of Ahmedabad. Their gently handcrafted products with minimal vegan leather offer a boho vibe. Get your cotton and jute based items from this brand that believes in community building and promotes the work of local artisans.
DE’ANMA by Priyanka Desai displays exquisite jewellery pieces with the essence of minimalism. Their unique accessories are made by local artisans and in the most contemporary manner. They aim to uplift your outfits with simple, minimal yet sharp accessories.
Ma’s Gateries is presented by Dhruvita Patel who has mastered the art of baking from London and France. She hopes to bring a smile on all stressed individuals' faces because stressed spelled backwards is desserts. Her drool worthy cheesecakes are gonna leave you craving for more!
Pair Patola started by two best friends Visakha and Hemina who are on a venture so that everyone has a happy feet around the world. Their handmade footwear collection promises to cater to your size.
Chambray & Co. is started by Esha Agarwal who tells her story woven through her pieces. Chambray focuses on an aspirational lifestyle to live by. Their dresses are handpicked, sustainable and aesthetically appealing.
Bauble Love initiated by Akanksha aims to bring value into people’s lives through extraordinary jewellery pieces. Their products are customised and one of its kind. These designs are going to make you stand out as well as deliver the essence of rareness.
Nirjara, also run by Nirjara herself, has its roots in Jain philosophy. Their pieces speak for the rich heritage of Indian culture. They revive the pieces from the time of Nizams and Persians and present it to you with utmost simplicity yet accentuate the individual.
How to College is an application for all the aspiring students who hope to make it to their dream university. It has been ideated by Natasha Parikh who resolves the issues of many pupils by hasting their process in reaching college.
The KapasiCo is working towards minimising the existing scarcity for suits of women. Vedanti Kapasi, the owner tailors these homegrown pieces keeping in mind the comfort and simultaneously keeping in touch with Indian culture.
It feels nice to celebrate the achievements of these women in various dimensions who are emerging as winners. In present times, it’s duly important to provide equal opportunities to everyone in order to achieve gender equality.
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