Posts Tagged ‘pero’

Mercy & Kuvelu | fashion week

March 15, 2015

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Mercy & Kuvelu(Tetseo Sisters) in péro.

Fashion week, Delhi. October 2014.

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Péro SS 14

November 10, 2013

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Péro SS 14. At India Fashion Week in Delhi.

Tetseo sisters | péro ss13

June 20, 2013

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Kuku, Lulu, & Mercy in péro ss13.

Photographed before péro aw13 show at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi in March 2013. 

péro ss 13 | backstage

June 19, 2013

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pero 2012 wills fashion week

Backstage photos from péro spring summer 2013. First two images are screenshots from the video I filmed backstage. STILL working on putting it all together.

A Patchwork of Textiles: Péro FW’12

February 26, 2012

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pero autumn winter 12

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pero autumn winter 12

pero autumn winter 12
Photos from Péro FW 12 backstage+stall area at WIFW.

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pero autumn winter 12
Kuku wearing Péro. Is a musician from Nagaland. Was hanging out at Péro stall with other Tetseo Sisters promoting their new album Li: Chapter One. Check their blog here where they talk about music, clothing, and life.

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“Péro’s fall-winter 2012 collection is a patchwork of textiles from various parts of India- khakis from West Bengal, ikats from Andhra Pradesh, pashminas from Kashmir, and woven wool from Kumaon.”

Péro means ‘to wear’ in Marwari, the local language of Rajasthan. I previously documented Péro at LakmeFashionWeek in 2010. See here.

The label is owned by Aneeth Arora, a textile/dress maker. She is mostly inspired by the clothing styles of local people & considers them to be the real trend-setters of our times.

Men of Bombay & few other things

April 15, 2011

I spent last 20 days documenting men’s fashion on the streets of Bombay. Most of the photos in this series are exclusively for Bungalow 8. Read more about this herehere, and here.

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The main course, later tonight, is the launch of men’s wear by Bungalow 8 & Pero + footwear by a.k.a. | along with the presentation of my street photos as a side dish on the walls.

Photos below are from the main course: Bungalow 8 | Pero | a.k.a. bespoke. 

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Event starts at around 7 p.m. Everyone is invited.

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The celebration of cotton.

November 9, 2010

Aneeth creates clothing inspired by the local dressing styles from the remotest areas, utilizing indigenous knowledge of ancient textile and clothing traditions of India.

Péro recreates and adapts local styles for the modern consumer who loves the aesthetic, but also the ease, comfort and pleasure, provided by the simple shapes. The textiles are handmade in various parts of india, and each collection incorporates at least five traditional techniques from the country, for example- block prints from Rajasthan; Jamdani from West Bengal; woven textiles from Maheshwar; Khadi from Calcutta. Each piece is hand crafted and passed through the hands of atleast 5 to 12 crafts people. The result is a collection of amazing pieces with incredible hand feel & stunning details.
Text: various internet sources

I missed the show but I got these at their stall.


Bhumica in a Péro scarf.


Sailex in Péro..

Update: Aneeth is also a part of the team that created The Malkha Project. It focuses on the desire for sustainable production, the idea of fair trade, and nurturing ancient crafts and ways. Read more about it here.