Tag: India

Indigo collection

Indigo, the new No-Mad color No-Mad grows as the collections follow and complement each (…)

Flower men

Malik Ghat Flower Market Ken Hermann is a photographer. He comes from Denmark and (…)

Patwa

Trimmings from here and elsewhere Some traditions are similar. Or rather, they play the (…)

Indian costumes – Calico Museum of textiles

The Calico Museum of Textiles The history of Indian textiles. And the extent of (…)

Dayanita Singh photographer

Dayanita Singh, an inspring photographer I like her photographic work. Its simplicity which remains (…)

Chaiwallas, an indian tradition everywhere in India

Chaiwallas, tea, streets of India… Ils ont besoin de peu de choses. Un petit (…)

Rakhis – new collection

Rakhis bracelet In 2005, I draw my first rakhis bracelet for Samdjhna, indian NGO.The (…)

Jain bowls

Au cours d’une journée pleine d’humilité, les moines jaïnistes, de blanc vêtus, ont coutume de (…)

Say it with a moodboard

I cut, I select, I assemble, I change, I look at all the images (…)

Handmade in India

Because there are books that become precious objects … “Handmade in India” is one (…)

Hand sewn hems

Bandit Queen has an eye for detail. Everything is designed to maintain harmony and (…)

The BLUE collection

Une collection couleur de ciel La palette des couleurs de NO-MAD s’ouvre, s’élargit pour (…)

Handwoven blankets

These wool blankets were made entirely by hand in northern India and were  transported (…)

Packaging concept

For each of my projects I give a particular attention to the visual identity (…)

The No-Mad tray, a thali with a twist

It is round, friendly and so Indian. So steeped in culture. It struck me (…)

Chikan hand embroidery in the Bandit Queen collection

Indian know-how is rich, precise and so varied. Among the techniques I have used (…)

The Green collection

Vert de vie NO-MAD grandit. Et quelle meilleure couleur pour symboliser cette croissance que (…)

Laundry tags

A small fabric label, sewn. A small yet nothing that says it all. This (…)

No-Mad’s vision on incense

La route de l’encens Des lointaines caravanes aux actuelles rues de Delhi ou d’ailleurs, (…)

Candles, inspiration from the bazar

Une flamme parmi les épices… Sama et Anjara… deux mots familiers, n’est-ce pas ? (…)

The BLACK collection

Noir intense Le noir. Le vide. La nuit avant le jour. Cette couleur, dont (…)

Visual identity No-Mad

Strong, simple, timeless. 97% Indian. Such is the recurrent theme of the brand NO-MAD. (…)

Indian matchbox

Inspirations, we store them in boxes…And then at times, as small as they are, (…)

Silver Collection

The five commandments of Diwali Five days of festivity… five days when lights shine (…)

Bandit Queen – making

The Bandit Queen home textile collection is born in India following the meeting of (…)

The Rakhi bracelet – bonds of tenderness

This hand-woven, hand-embroidered cotton bracelet is traditionally offered as a token of friendship in (…)

Bandit Queen – Brand story and concept

Behind Bandit Queen, there is a whole progression of ideas… certain of them forgotten, (…)