This exhibition, right at the arrival of festive frenzy, explores the influence of the boutique shopping on the creative process of collections and trends on exclusive labels. The exhibition also includes more than 50 brands ranging from apparel, home decor and accessories. Finally an exhibition that displays the strong relationship that existed (and still exists) between British Royal Family and the world of fashion.
Venue: Taj Bengal
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The great ability and expertise of Indian Jewelry is illustrated through over 100 spectacular designs dated back in Mughal era until modern day.
The modern desi girl has a lot of shoes to fill in and desi crop tops with contrast colour full-length skirts add desi glitterati to endless Diwali parties.
Every shopper passing this stall took a double take as they saw these hand-crafted footwear that stood apart for it’s traditional motifs and characters.
An interesting colour palate of Persian colours and vintage glamour. Our new favourite festive shopping address this season is definitely Bodhi Tree.
A line that flatters all body types and romanticises any occasion. Sriman Sharma from New Delhi was quite a hit with young fashionistas.
A big hit Pan India, Sanjjay Agarwal brought Boutiques of India here in Kolkata for the first time. He hand-selected brands that are festive inclined and would cater to the city’s market. We can’t wait to hear about the next edition.