HT City spotted Nahoko Inokuma in a stylish look. Here's what style means to her.fashion and trends Updated: Jan 29, 2011 00:21 IST
Name: Nahoko Inokuma
Occupation: Working for a media company
Spotted At: Janpath
How do you define style?
Style depends on an individual’s taste. Style is not about wearing any specific brands or type of clothes. However, I do prefer to wear organic fabrics.
What are you wearing today?
Sneakers bought from Romania (R450) Skirt gifted by a friend from Paris Matching skirt and stole stitched by me from a fabric I bought in Tanzania (R200) ‘Made in India’ kurta, bought from a second-hand shop in Japan (R500) Printed scarf from Cambodia gifted by a friend Bag from Manani in Paris that makes bags from African fabrics, gifted by a friend Ring with the Ethiopian emblem (R4,540) Nose ring from Bangladesh (R500)
Your Style Icon:
Myself. I do not look at other people for style inspiration. It comes from within.
Favourite shops in Delhi:
I like to shop at the State Emporia Complex, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Delhi
Louis Vuitton and Chanel
Most expensive item you own:
Handbag from Liberty, London (R72,800)
I recently bought an ethnic cotton suit from Punjab for R500 (including the stitching)
Text and photograph by Surabhi Chauhan