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Good Earth Khan Market

This is India’s most celebrated lifestyle brand; think colourful, contemporary Indian home decor and apparel mixed with the canny merchandising. Attracting the biggest Indian designers – everyone from Manish Arora to Rohit Bal have collaborated on a Good Earth collection – it has even found time to do a pop up at London’s Selfridges. Make sure to stop at Latitude 28, the café on the top floor of the store. It’s not only prime for people-watching but a tasty, plant-based mecca; you’ll find Delhi’s well-heeled set tucking into excellent salads and sipping fresh juices.

  • +91 112 464 7175
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  • Shop No.9 A.B.C. Ground 1st and 2nd Floor
    Khan Market
    New Delhi
    110003

Amrapali

It’s nearly impossible to come to India and not shop for jewellery – afterwards, you’ll be loath to buy gold-plated jewellery or sterling silver anywhere else. One of the country’s largest jewellery houses, Jaipur-born Amrapali is particularly well-regarded for tribal silver pieces. Of course, that’s not the only string to their bow; expect colourful collaborations with fashion designers, fine jewellery and a solid selection of gold-plated jewellery and semi-precious stones.

Kama Ayurveda Khan Market

Kama is on a mission to educate and change how people think about Ayurvedic toiletries, and their subtle, luxurious approach to natural cosmetics is building a devoted fanbase from teenagers to beauty editors. Look out for the cult Bringadi hair-treatment oil that is so popular it’s often sold out.

  • +91 112 465 4885
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  • 22 A Khan Market
    Rabindra Nagar
    New Delhi
    110003

Anokhi Nizamuddin East Market

This Jaipur-based block printer is a role model for sustainable business practices and the ongoing promotion of traditional Indian textile skills. The clothes are beautifully made and easy to wear – the kaftans and sundresses particularly so – and the home collection is impressive. There are a few outposts dotted around the city, as well as a factory outlet in Nizamuddin East Market which is well worth a trip.

Kashmir Loom Company Nizamuddin East

This is the place to get a shawl in India. The Kashmir Loom Company supplies all manner of power players – from Bergdorf Goodman to Hermès – with silk and cashmere, embroidered with the weaver’s initials. The store carries their own brand, as well as a select group of other talented designers. Be warned: it’s not cheap, but it’s one hell of a souvenir.

Nappa Dori Meherchand Market

Emerging designer Gautam Sinha, a fashion graduate from Delhi,makes high-quality leather goods with remarkable attention to detail at Nappa Dori – even the door handle to the shop is made by the company. Travel and adventure are a big part of the brand and they do a particularly good job with bags, technology accessories and leather trunks, which are said to be a favourite of Sir Paul Smith.

  • +91 114 905 0288
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  • Shop No. 25 Meharchand Market
    Lodhi Road
    New Delhi
    110003

Anupamaa Dayal Khan Market

Expect bold, hand-printed silk and chiffon in Dayal’s signature jewel tones; this is bohemian glamour rooted in Indian craft. There are two womenswear stores in Khan Market; one for more traditional Indian lehengas and bridal wear, and a larger studio with a contemporary aesthetic spanning maxi dresses, scarves and tunics.

  • +91 114151 6180
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  • 64A Ground Floor
    Prithviraj Lane
    Khan Market
    Rabindra Nagar
    New Delhi
    110003

Good Earth

Amrapali

Kama Ayurveda

Anokhi

Kashmir Loom Company

Nappa Dori

Anupamaa Dayal

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