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Continuing our Indian adventure this month, we’ve asked three guest editors to give us a truly local spin. For one week each, they’ll be filling this space with whatever they choose – from one-off finds to off the radar destinations.
Taking a turn in the guest editor chair this week is urban guru Nayantara Kilachand of MumbaiBoss.com. She follows street fashion blogger Manou of Wearabout, and art and lifestyle portal The India Tube. Keep checking back for more daily morsels from those in the know.
Nayantara Kilachand founded Mumbai Boss in March 2010. The website covers the city in all its chaotic, seeping, shivering splendour, cluing you in on the best of what’s out there. It culls through the crap (literally and metaphorically), scouring the city to tell you what’s worth visiting, knowing, buying and eating, and giving you the vital tools to help make sense of this extraordinary metropolis.
Manou is a street fashion photographer who lives in Mumbai. He started taking photos while studying fashion at NIFT, and founded Wearabout in February 2010. His initial inspiration for the blog was photographer Shoichi Aoki’s FRUiTS, documenting Harajuku fashion. A few of the things he likes are: ‘travelling and asking questions; contradiction and irony; Jack Kerouac and Murakami; Bill Cunningham and Guy Bourdin; Shillong and Dharamsala’.
The India Tube is an online magazine about travel, art and lifestyle in India. From contemporary art to street food, from boutique hotels to visionary design initiatives, The India Tube provides firsthand insights into the best the country has to offer. The India Tube, along with Motherland magazine and the art gallery W+K Exp, comprise the three cultural enterprises spearheaded by Wieden + Kennedy Delhi.
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