The designer edit: Style Bazaar offers a curated collection of apparel, skincare, and accessories
From prêt collections to handmade skin care products and jewellery, this pop-up promises a complete wardrobe update
Style Bazaar’s second edition pop-up in the city is a curated collection of apparel, skincare, and accessories. Taking a detour from the staple pastel shades, anti-fit silhouettes and heavily embroidered saris, Sheetal Jain tells us that vivid teeshirt dresses, monofilament silk saris and upcycled clothing are just the things the city needs going into summer. “We have curated a selection of 60 designers and will be showcasing a plethora of designer wear from prêt garments and fashion accessories to customised body care products,” Sheetal says. With the entire line of designers making their way to the city for the first time, expect to find handmade personal care products from Chennai-based Bottled Bliss and Indigo and hand-blocked designer garments and running fabrics from the century-old Jaipur-based label Vasanthi among others.
Furnish your festive wardrobe with dainty silver and gold pieces from Bengaluru-based brand Artsifee. Encrusted with semiprecious-stones like quartz, lapis and amethyst, this d temple-jewellery-inspired mang tikkas. Rs 700 onwards.
Making their city debut, multi-designer store from Chennai, Amortela has a curated collection of slow fashion meets prêt. Presenting a mix of silhouettes like dresses, tops, shirt dresses, cape dresses, jumpsuits, draped kurtas and more from brands like Doodlage, Akaaro, 5Cross by Ajit Kumar and Mint Blush, owner of Amortela, Tija Indrajeet tells us that their designs are aimed at those who like a contemporary twist on their slow fashion statement pieces. Also look out for wearable art-jewellery inspired by pop-art and folklore from the label Razia Kunj. Rs 1,000 onwards.
Pick up your choice of ethnic silhouettes from this Delhi-based brand Neervab-K. Featuring a range of traditional Indian wear with a contemporary twist expect to find asymmetrical kurtas, bell-sleeved tops, tie-and-dye stoles, block-coloured pom-pom dupattas and handworked zardozi wedding saris among others. Also look out for their range of fabric earrings. Rs 1,000 onwards.
On February 6 and 7. At Suguna Kalyana Mandapam. Details: 9840119732