THE TASTEMAKERS

Festive Reboot with Zina & Zoya

Our favourite twins show us how to have fun with day-to-night festive dressing

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Zina and Zoya are purveyors of creative diversity and are hard to label. They wear multiple labels including creative directors/ stylists/ writers/ conceptualisers/ health gurus and more. Scrolling through their digital feeds is the best way to keep up with their forever-expanding design influence. To better understand their unique vision, we invited them over to our Ogaan Wedding Shop at Mehrauli, New Delhi for a day of festive dressing (with their trademark twist!). Scroll through their favourite day and night looks to feel instantly inspired.

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On Touch and Be, their Instagram page and soon-to-launch website:

"Touch and Be is a platform for creative direction, we tell stories about people and their lives, culture and our unusual take on health, which is another digital niche we’re working on. It’s more than just fashion!"

On dressing for day events:

Zina: "I gravitate towards traditional and vintage pieces that focus on old-school embroidery. I usually pair my traditional pieces like this beautiful Nidhi Tholia velvet kurta with something unexpected like a pair of boots!"

Zoya:"My style is easy, cultural and comfortable. This Payal Khandwala blouse and skirt set in a muted dusty pink defines me truly. I always choose relaxed and simple lines."

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On dressing for day events:

Zina: "I gravitate towards traditional and vintage pieces that focus on old-school embroidery. I usually pair my traditional pieces like this beautiful Nidhi Tholia velvet kurta with something unexpected like a pair of boots!"

Zoya:"My style is easy, cultural and comfortable. This Payal Khandwala blouse and skirt set in a muted dusty pink defines me truly. I always choose relaxed and simple lines."

Zina wears Nidhi Tholia kurta and pants, Zoya wears Payal Khandwala blouse and lehenga
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On dressing for evenings:

Zina: “Malasa’s fringed sharara is so young, fun and screams party. It’s a great evening outfit and doesn’t need anything more in terms of accessories. I wore it with simple heels.”

Zoya: “Aikeyah’s edgy dhoti pants set walks the fine line between Indian and experimental. I love its ivory hue and the relaxed silhouette that keeps you light on your feet. All it needed was a statement maang-tika and nothing else!”

Zina wears a Malasa fringed sharara, Zoya wears Aikeyah dhoti pants
Tribal Applique Slip Dress

Pastel Pink Peplum Set

Teal Conscealed Placket Shirt

Mustard Velvet Kurta Set

Mustard with White Stripe Dress

Thread Embroidered Ivory Dhoti Set