It was in June, end of June.
Early in the morning. I was alone, waiting in the seashore breakfast room of a resort, when she suddenly came in wearing a shirt obviously too large for her. She sat on the opposite corner and while ordering breakfast, arranged her hair and wrapped her oversized plunder around her body. In a minute, she had turned this man’s shirt into a sexy feminine garment and inspired the creation of The Morning After, a man’s garment cut for a woman
I also quickly realized that many women do not bring clothes especially suited to the unique, induldging way of life of a resort by the sea. Soon I’d drawn a complete collection of resort wear to match with The Morning After. Ananta Kama (hindi for “Infinite Bliss”) was born