Despite working with us for almost a decade, Eicher Motors’ (parent company of Royal Enfield) stock has outperformed the rest of the market. Three cheers for their dashing young Managing Director Sid Lal, pictured below at the launch of the Continental GT.
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Eicher Motors up 9%, Royal Enfield helps Q1 beat forecast
Eicher Motors Q2 Net Up 70 Per Cent at Rs. 157 Crore
Indians come in many shapes and sizes, but when it comes to buying clothes, we’re forced to choose between awkwardly tight and shapelessly baggy. Luckily, our clever friends and dear clients at Arvind Ltd have used digital technology and their manufacturing might to build a fashion-factory-at-your-fingertips called creyate.com. Here’s a film we made about how it works, and a few headlines about how marvellous it is.
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We’ve always been of the opinion that our office is rather cool, but of course would never say so ourselves. Which is why we were delighted to find this.
That’s our lovely office featured in the August issue of Elle magazine.
From creating magazines, to being in them. All in a day’s work here at WKD.
The unapologetic and very Indian phonemenon of item songs and their accompanying item girls gets the Motherland treatment in this month’s aptly titled Item issue. From the historical roots of the movement (you’ll be surprised how far back it goes) to the more current ingredients that make an item song tick, the issue offers a studied perspective of our ongoing fascination with this Bollywood staple.
It also has plenty of surprises. Like this story about Gulzar’s unlikely but solid contribution to writing item songs.
Or this curious piece that investigates the origin of the first item number. Could it really have been made in Germany?
And because you can’t have an issue on item numbers without a nod to our southern beauties
or Bollywood’s legendary and sexy rain dance sequences…
…..Motherland has both! Get your copy from all good newsstands now. Or if you’d rather get it delivered, just click here.
The Item issue of Motherland has arrived in the office and as you can see, it looks pretty good. What’s inside this little beauty? Come back next week and we’ll tell all.