Passage to India: Notting Hill’s Suki Cheema reveals her Rajasthan-inspired collection

Introducing ‘Spring in Jaipur’, the spirit-lifting, sun-anticipating, wanderlust-inducing new collection from Notting Hill designer Suki Cheema. Taking the Rajasthani city as their muse, the pieces – which range from cushion covers to bags – do exactly what they say on the eye-poppingly vivid tin, and are quite the way to injection some inimitably Indian colour into your life.


The brains-behind-the-brand, Rayna Barasch and Suki met in 2004 while working together at Diane von Furstenberg. The duo then decamped to Notting Hill in 2011, and their designs are now stocked all over London, including at local favourite Couverture & The Garbstore. The company’s founding principal was to ‘highlight the love affair between art, travel and textiles’, so it’s little wonder that their classic yet exotic aesthetic has attracted boutiques, stylists and celebrities alike, all in search of a slice of the subcontinent. We feel a (somewhat premature) Indian summer in the offing…


Suki Cheema, ‘Spring in Jaipur’ collection,

Couverture & The Garb Store, 188 Kensington Park Road, W11 2ES,

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