It's an indie label that claims to pay respect to India through its design.
Launched by neo-revivalists Amrit Kumar and Mriga Kapadiya, who left Toronto to pursue their vision, Norblack Norwhite has earned some serious fashion credibility by seeking out dying weaving techniques and textile crafts and transforming them into colourful daywear.
With their spanking new online Store, the duo now aim to directly reach out to a global network (perhaps that's why the prices are all marked in dollars, starting at $55).
Vogue's favourite from the new collection? The BomBombers, reversible bomber jackets that have fluorescent bandhani on one side and a bright monotone on the other.
There's even a few picks for the man bold enough to embrace a full-on colour assault. Look for Masai jackets made from fabric sourced in Kenya and maroon ikat-printed shirts.