Founded just a couple of years ago by a trio of Mumbai-based friends from far-flung locales, Le Mill has quickly become the “it” shop in town (Jade Jagger frequents the cafe) and already has a second outpost in the center of town. The original location, housed in a 15,000-square-foot converted 1920s rice mill, is where you’ll find a bespoke line of furniture, linens, and other household essentials, all with an Indo-European vibe. Plus a cafe serving organic fare, a flower shop, and free WiFi. The newer store, which focuses on fashion, is located in the city’s Breach Candy area.
Above: The first outpost of Le Mill occupies a former rice mill in the city’s Wadi Bunder docks area. Photo via NYT.
Above: The powder-coated red Gustav Chair by Le Mill’s in-house Julo line is Â£136.
Above: The Wooden Dining Table from the Le Mill Julo collection is Â£293.
Above: The Small Cooking Pot from the Le Mill collection is Â£19.
Above: The Le Mill Gold Circles Table Cloth is Â£49.
Above: The black Bentwood Chair by Chiki Doshi for Le Mill is Â£158.
Above: A set of two lacquered black metal and leather Nappa Dori Storage Boxes “reflecting the culture and heritage of India” is Â£150.
Above: Le Mill’s even got doormats covered; the Striped Coir Mat is Â£8.
Above: The Voile Quilted Bed Cover, designed in-house, is Â£50.
Above (L to R): Le Mill founders Cecilia Morelli Parikh, Sussanne Roshan, and Aurelie de Limelette; photo via Peepul.
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