All The Awesomeness Happening Behind The Scene
What matters to me is that even if one young person who sees this campaign realizes that it's perfectly okay to be who they are. And that they are beautiful and should only be proud and accept themselves.
Alex is a very good friend of mine. We were walking around Palace Squares when I thought why not click some pictures of him in a few Brown Boy t-shirts. At first he hesitated as he had never modeled before but once he saw the clothes it was no turning back. Here are some pictures from our impromptu photoshoot.
One of the prettiest cities in the world. Saint P is gorgeous, pastel and summer here is simply one of those gifts of nature. I spend a little less than a week here and I feel Saint P is a very underrated city. There is a certain quality about this city that grows onto you. Here is Brown Boy's first hand guide to Saint Petersburg.
Chocolate, cream cheese, strawberry, plain, sprinkled and a dozen other varieties to choose from, and that’s just bagels. Uncannily this bagel shop reflects the diversity of its customers….
Our first hand guide to Moscow. With our recommendations you'd save money and absolutely enjoy yourselves. Russia is a great country to visit. So pack your bags and book a ticket to Russia.
Brown Boy is celebrating Russia with a series of posts, hoping that by the end of this you would be encouraged to give this country a chance to fall in love with.
Majeed - It means glorious in Arabic. A name apt for this young boy who came to Germany for a safer today and a better tomorrow. The story of Majeed - is a story of struggle, hope and of finding that spark that keeps you moving.
Few weeks ago I met three incredible people in New York Cleo, Kenny and Evan. They were kind enough to let me photograph them in my new collection. We barged in to my friend Russell's amazing loft in Brooklyn and turned it into our studio.
You may dream of someday living in New York City. And who can blame you? Every other show on TV depicts some glittery skyline filled with beautiful people and endless brunches. But anyone who has moved to The City will know what I mean when I say that we were, to some extent, tricked. We may learn to love it for reasons entirely unexpected (Long Walks, $1 Pizzas, Running in Central Park.)
We are always looking for Walmart or a Zara or a Tesco to come and set up stores here but never have we attempted to create a something of a brand that India has to give to the world.
The ‘Jugaad’ solutions and ‘Ho-Jayega’ attitude has taken a heavy toll on our mindset and doesn’t let us excel.