Chennai Girls

And two boys!


One and Only

A store front in Anna Nagar announcing a sale.

Heels and Wheels

Heels & wheels

At the Heritage Auto Show organised by The Madras Heritage Motoring Club at the Ramachandra Convention Centre. Visitors admiring a prize winning two-wheeler.

Waves of Fashion

a store front in Anna nagar
a store front in Anna nagar

A storefront from my archives. Photowalk in Annanagar.

Too Much of Thinking


Too much of thinking (Soch) can leave you blank.

Mannequins at a shop in Khader Nawaz Khan Road, Nungambakkam.

Faceless of Chennai




Fashion Show

Fashion show in triplicane
Fashion show in Triplicane

No marks for guessing where this is. A shop window Triplicane High Road



Mannequins of fashion street
Mannequins of fashion street

Mannequins are ideal for displaying  garments on shop fronts. This picture is from Khader Nawaz  Khan road which is famous for the many top fashion brands.

Changing Trends in T-Shirts?

Wayside display of T-shirts
Wayside display of T-shirts

Display of rows of T-shirts in wayside shops and exhibitions always provides a photo opportunity. One design that used to be ubiquitous on T-shirts was the image of Che Guevera. There were also the odd Gandhi, Bhagat Singh or Ganesa.

Of late, one doesn’t see much of Che on T-shirts.  Does it indicate a changing trend in fashion? Or Che is likely to be replaced by Kanhaiyya Kumar?

(The above photo was taken recently in busy thoroughfare in Chennai.)