Sanjita Prasad, 54, always had an eye for forms and colours. During her college days in the early 80s, she would effortlessly patch up pieces of clothes and stitch them into separate frocks, kurtas or tunics and wrap them up in shiny bits of cellophane to send as gifts for her friends and family. Over the years, her eye for detail and beauty matured into a shrewd business sense, she says. And that’s what her office located in Andheri, a suburb of Mumbai, is all about.
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