Her brand is called ‘Mool’, which means ‘basic’ or ‘fundamental’ in Hindi. Neha is obsessed with exploring new types of hand woven fabrics and feels the most excitement at conceptualizing stage:
“I get so involved with it that I keep reading about it but I’m never impatient to execute it. Of course, seeing your design finally materializing in front of you, gives you immense satisfaction, but it is still the tryst with the idea that excites me the most.”
“This Japanese philosophy has always intrigued me. The concept deals with the basic principles of WabiSabi, which are Impermanence, Imperfect and the Incomplete. I plan to showcase this collection sometime in 2015.”
Read this story in POOL 56.