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process | The K I E M print

process | The K I E M print

Our collection "AFTERGLOW" was inspired by the bittersweet feeling instilled by ruin, celebrating the idea of how time evolves all, yet preserves emotion.Bhaavya’s visit to the Ta-Prohm temple in Siem Reap, Cambodia embarked the journey of this collection. The beauty of the remains of what once was magnificent moved her. It instilled a magical, chilling feeling, a realisation of the fact that what begins, ends. Here is the little shrub that later became the KIEM print: ^ by the Hoan Kiem lake in Hanoi, Vietnam (March 2015) ^ the beautiful plantation by the lake"Couldn't help but stare at this beautiful bush...

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creative process | B E

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creative process | B E

Our collection "be" was inspired by the precious moments of oneness felt amidst the surreal landscapes of nature. Here is a pictorial documentation of how the inspiration was translated into our campaign; ^ picture taken by Bhaavya in Saas Grund, Switzerland in September, 2014.   c r e a t i v e    b r i e f :  _______________________________________________________________________ ^ prototype created by photographer Kunaal Bose & artist Vasundhara Anand. s h o o t  muse : Shashibeauty : Savleen Manchandaphotography & artwork : Kunaal Bose & Vasundhara Anand   f i n a l   i m a g e ...

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C O E X I S T

C O E X I S T

36,000ft above sea level, awoken by an uneasy dream; I raised the window shade to one of the most spectacular sights I’d ever seen. Stunned by the breathtakingly surreal moment, I felt a strange sense of nostalgia. My mind traveled back to a memory, one that has remained so vivid ever since. Soon enough, I found myself to be tracing a journey of familiar feelings, of intensities both faint and resolute. My thoughts had now become a gallery of sights and experiences, all so diverse, yet coexisting in perfect harmony. Like day and night, black and white, they were bound...

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