Nandita Basu, known for two labels - Fightercock and Nandita Basu, has been a part of Indian and Global Fashion Fraternity for over 20 years.
She studied Fashion design at NIFT and then went on to Central Saint Martins, London before returning to India to set up her own design studio.
Her design aesthetic is minimal and edgy at the same time. She likes using traditional art and craft techniques but in a contemporary manner, making her an ideal fit for FableStreet's design aesthetic. Her clothes have a classic appeal yet are quirky. She feels fit, finish and form, as well as attention to detail and construction, are all important elements of designer clothing.
Entwining colours with neutral coloured buildings, Quiet Darks represent the colours dotted across the metropolitan skyline - grey, black, navy, wine and flaming red.
“I don't think that architecture is only about shelter, is only about a very simple enclosure. It should be able to excite you, to calm you, to make you think.”
Zaha Hadid’s neofuturistic designs inspire her view of the shaping of buildings, taking reference from the dynamic beauty of futurism and cubism. This workwear line isn’t just about dressing up, it’s about dressing up to express yourself and to make you think.
A relaxed, casual shirt dress with a raised neck - to be simply worn on days you need to be on the go. The collar has a pleat detail.
The hem of the dress is intended to fall according to the im
A structured piece with box pleats exhibiting its timeless appeal is this skirt from Zaha. It has an A-line structure and falls below the knees. This formal skirt is made in cotton silk and is meant tSHOP NOW