Eastern elegance: Dhisha Moorjani’s House of Jaipur

Dhisha Moorjani of House of Jaipur combines Indian craftsmanship with Caribbean style

  • Photography by Gary Jordan
  • Photography by Gary Jordan

For ten years, Trinidadian designer Dhisha Moorjani worked in the retail business, selling handicrafts and home décor from India. Then in 2013, after deciding Indian creations weren’t always the perfect fit for the Caribbean market, she launched her own line, House of Jaipur. Moorjani has since designed collections filled with vibrant colours and prints, often featuring beautiful and intricate hand-beading. Although mum about her upcoming collections, she did reveal she’s currently experimenting with resham embroidery, making complex patterns using coloured silk thread. House of Jaipur’s glamorous and detailed pieces are for the multicultural woman who wants some glitz in her wardrobe, and for anyone who can appreciate a well-made item that’s different from the rest.

Alia Michèle Orane


You can find House of Jaipur’s main boutique at 14 O’Connor Street, Woodbrook, Port of Spain, Trinidad (telephone +868 624 7465). Selected pieces are also available at Gatsbys in Barbados and Grenada; Cattleya Boutique and Carlisle Bay Resort, Antigua; Basil’s Boutique in Mustique; Jade Mountain and The Landings, St Lucia; and the Cusinart Golf Resort in Anguilla. For more information, visit www.houseofjaipur.com

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