India Circus pop-art inspired mousepad from the collection named Jalebi featured in Elle Decor in December’12.
Krsna Mehta has revolutionized the design space in India since he started his eponymous brand. Taking inspiration from scenes of everyday India, Krsna has managed to bring contemporary India into customers homes. With his use of bold colors and eclectic graphics treatments he takes the mundane and makes it extraordinary by re-contextualizing of what we see in…
This is what HT- Estates mentioned about India Circus in their 24th November publication: “Unique and striking, the collection is Krsna Mehta’s ode to our vibrant culture”, with their hot picks being ‘cycles on cushions, owls on doormats and heart-shaped side tables’.
A snapshot of India Circus Home Decor & Dining products featured in Livemint.
The cool website STRUT120.COM has cools things to say about India Circus, listing down their favourite picks from our collection, in their gallery. http://www.strut120.com/lifestyle/india-circus-by-krsna-mehta-inside-the-funhouse/
Ayisha Nair from Mid-day chats up with our Design Director Krsna Mehta, on the launch of his lifestyle brand India Circus, his inspiration, current trends and more.
An eye catching display of India Circus products featured in the lifestyle section of L’Officiel
An interview of Krsna Mehta, our Design Director with Grazia in November, where he speaks about the diverse product range of India Circus, what inspires him and his exclusive store launch plan in Mumbai.
An excerpt from Elle Magazine November Edition, highlighting India Circus’ love for pop colours and traditional motifs. Take a look!
India Today Home captures a classic look of India Circus. Grab a copy of the November edition now!
An excerpt from Style Blog InOnIt.in, with a candid interview with Krsna in their designer speak section, with interesting facts about India Circus, including the origin of its name! (more…)
HT Estates in an article on ‘Knic knacks to light up one’s home’ has listed down India Circus’ paisley wall-clock from Tamara, as one that’ll make a funky statement on a plain white wall.