Le Mill Gift Guide: The Ultimate Diwali Edit

Diwali is right around the corner, which means brightly lit windows dressed with string lights and diyas and kaleidoscopic rangolis can’t be far. The season always calls for indulging your loved ones with gifts that are as thoughtful as they are lovely. At Le Mill, we’ve curated an exclusive Diwali edit of the most delightful gifting options for you to choose from.

Plus, we’re hosting our first ever pop-up featuring contemporary fine jewellery, on October 16 and 17th. Jewellery advisor Arundhati De Sheth picks over 10 brands (and over 250 styles!) that need to be on your radar, especially for the festive season. Here’s a quick glimpse at what to expect.

Sourced by Arundhati De Sheth

Sourced by Arundhati De Sheth

Sourced by Arundhati De Sheth

Sourced by Arundhati De Sheth

Sourced by Arundhati De Sheth

Sourced by Arundhati De Sheth

Start your Diwali right with a resplendent marble tray from Ecru. Casegoods’ brass diyas make the perfect match, what with their minimal and effective design.

Marble platter, Ecru. Brass diyas, Casegoods


Koy’s marble candle holders, with their mod design, brighten your tablescapes. A design fiend will appreciate the timely addition.

Marble candle stands, Koy

Jaipur-based Tallin Jewels, prides itself over hand-cut details. It what makes their outstanding designs even more special. Their necklace with hand cut tourmaline and pearl details makes for an exceptional gift.

A favorite over at Le Mill, Ecru’s ‘Phases of The Moon’ tray is a conversation starter. The wooden tray is accentuated with mother of pearl details. The tray is a delightful marriage of Indian sensibilities and a contemporary aesthetic.

Platter, Ecru. Dry fruits, Zama Organics

Playing host this festive season? Design Temple‘s crockery should sort you out, and elevate the dinner experience.

Crockery, Design Temple

Hand-woven scarves from Andraab, with gold details, never go out of style. Reach for soothing pastels, or stripes for everyday wear.

Marble bowl, Ecru. Scarf, Andraab

We all know that one person who stacks up on evil eye charms. Fine jewellery label Evaaya puts an elegant spin on them.

Pearl and gold-plated evil eye bracelets, Evaaya