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Play Clan combines fashion, art and design to create collections in apparel, home, gifts and stationery, inspired by India, its vibrant colors and local culture.
Here T-shirts tell a tale, cushions curate a story, a journal takes you on a journey and playfulness finds its way on a plate.

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THE STORY:For every #victory, the log #drum played. And to the sound of the drum, the #women #danced. The hunted heads became war trophies and the #costumes became #ceremonial ones. #Hornbill #feathers decorated #dancing heads and #tattooed feet tapped in sync; to the #war cries and heroic chants. DETAILSA boat #neck, half sleeved long #tee with a #graphic #print.Material: 100% #Cotton SHOP AT:www.theplayclan.com
THE STORY:
For every #victory, the log #drum played. And to the sound of the drum, the #women #danced. The hunted heads became war trophies and the #costumes became #ceremonial ones. #Hornbill #feathers decorated #dancing heads and #tattooed feet tapped in sync; to the #war cries and heroic chants. 

DETAILS
A boat #neck, half sleeved long #tee with a #graphic #print.
Material: 100% #Cotton 

SHOP AT:
www.theplayclan.com

Posted on Tuesday, April 15th 2014

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag!He started running to save his life when he saw his parents getting killed in front of him during the partition years and didn’t stop running till he became the fastest athlete- The flying Sikh of India.He ran when there were no running shoes, no coach, no reward, no stadium and no money for athletes in our country.He ran to challenge the speed of light, to set the tracks ablaze with his iron will and to write his own future, by getting there faster than God and winning the marathon of his life with a bang!Here is our salute to Milkha Singh!

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag!

He started running to save his life when he saw his parents getting killed in front of him during the partition years and didn’t stop running till he became the fastest athlete- The flying Sikh of India.

He ran when there were no running shoes, no coach, no reward, no stadium and no money for athletes in our country.
He ran to challenge the speed of light, to set the tracks ablaze with his iron will and to write his own future, by getting there faster than God and winning the marathon of his life with a bang!

Here is our salute to Milkha Singh!

Posted on Thursday, July 11th 2013