In Conversation With | Sayali Goyal

Sometimes the first step is to dream. Getting closer to the dream is designer Sayali Goyal with some serious strides towards fashion jewelry, recycled leather bags and textile design; turning our beautiful junk to the art of vanity since before we found her!
Her twee works with Saloni London, Pure Concept Mumbai, Gucci London and Satya Paul Delhi steeped in with wistful charm. We came away whipped with her inspirations from Sabyasachi, Manish Arora and Matthew Williamson. An avid collector of ceramics, textiles and vintage entities, Sayali aspires to become an international home stylist and world traveler.

Loves coffee, GOOD EARTH, London, gourmet, dark chocolate, flea markets and her printed scarves from all around the world.


{ Jewelry and Handbags collection | Spring Summer ’13 } 

Neon | Pattern on pattern | Color and Texture over shapes and form | Irish Bar-inspired | Over the top | Geometric | Blue & Green | Handmade


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Self-designed | Recycled textiles | Collectibles | Vintage | Ceramic | Warm | Tea pots | Earthy | Blues & Greens | Pastels | Trunks


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How do you define your particular style or approach to design?
I like to play around with color, texture, patterns and materials. All my designs are a reflection of the same.
What is your biggest source of inspiration?
Traveling inspires me the most, different cultures, architecture and passionate people .

Describe yourself in one word.


Most proud of in your work?

I am quite proud of the neon bag collection I did for S/S 13.

Favorite movie?

Not one particular favorite movie, but i can watch Amelie, Before Sunrise and Midnight in paris a zillion times and not get bored.

Digital references?
The Sartorialist, Thought Catalog


Top of your playlist?
Ludovico Einaudi: Bella notte’


Currently reading?
Khaled Hosseini’s And the mountain’s echoed.


Current working on?
Currently curating old leather travel bags and redesigning them with Indian embroideries like phulkari and also working on a jewelry collection with old materials like doris and wires.


Upcoming projects?
Will be working in collaboration with a Delhi based Indian ethnic wear designer on a collection of Ikat bags.


Tell us something not everybody knows about you.
That I have changed 20 jobs in the past 3 years!


Describe HeadTilt in one line.
One stop source of inspiration.

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