Some Things I Love

Smriti Sain is an accessory designer, leather artist, bag lover and fashion fanatic. This photoblog is a compilation of some instinctive snippets from her life, work and travels.
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God I love the festive spirit ~

(Durga Puja celebrations at CR Park, New Delhi)

#PuranaQila lit up by THE most breath-taking laser display at the opening day of the @OzFestIndia

Did I mention that the lovely @ShankarAnoushka & co. did their magic with the Sitar, Tabla, Mridangam, Shahnai and Flute???

It was Once-In-A-Lifetime-Spectacular.

My favorite piece from my collaboration with Label - Ritu Kumar to create some wonderful handbags for the Grand Finale at the India Fashion Week SS13. #in

Dear Smriti,

We are manufacturer of leather goods for some international established brands in Europe.

We are looking for a freelance Designer for 2013 collection of Promotional Leather Goods.

If you are interested to cooperate with us, please write me directly <>

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I look forward to your reply.

Kind regards,


There comes a point when you just love someone. Not because they’re good, or bad, or anything really. You just love them. It doesn’t mean you’ll be together forever. It doesn’t mean you won’t hurt each other. It just mean you love them. Sometimes in spite of who they are, and sometimes because of who they are. And you know that they love you, sometimes because of who you are, and sometimes in spite of it.
Laurell K. Hamilton (Incubus Dreams)

Dear Maam ,

Please note that i want to do work in your organization as a designer.if you give opportunity then i will give the best.i am design graduate from FDDI, Noida.kindly confirm on the same.

Thanks & Regards

Jay Gupta


This is the thing: When you hit 28 or 30, everything begins to divide. You can see very clearly two kinds of people. On one side, people who have used their 20s to learn and grow, to find … themselves and their dreams, people who know what works and what doesn’t, who have pushed through to become real live adults. Then there’s the other kind, who are hanging onto college, or high school even, with all their might. They’ve stayed in jobs they hate, because they’re too scared to get another one. They’ve stayed with men or women who are good but not great, because they don’t want to be lonely. … they mean to develop intimate friendships, they mean to stop drinking like life is one big frat party. But they don’t do those things, so they live in an extended adolescence, no closer to adulthood than when they graduated.

Don’t be like that. Don’t get stuck. Move, travel, take a class, take a risk. There is a season for wildness and a season for settledness, and this is neither. This season is about becoming. Don’t lose yourself at happy hour, but don’t lose yourself on the corporate ladder either. Stop every once in a while and go out to coffee or climb in bed with your journal.

Ask yourself some good questions like: “Am I proud of the life I’m living? What have I tried this month? … Do the people I’m spending time with give me life, or make me feel small? Is there any brokenness in my life that’s keeping me from moving forward?”

Now is your time. Walk closely with people you love, and with people who believe … life is a grand adventure. Don’t get stuck in the past, and don’t try to fast-forward yourself into a future you haven’t yet earned. Give today all the love and intensity and courage you can, and keep traveling honestly along life’s path.



Creative life

To Live A Creative Life We Must Loose [Lose] Our Fear Of Being Wrong - Joseph Chilbon Pearce