We spotted these cute ceramic soap dispensers and trinket dishes at Xtuti. Their pastel shades are the right fit for any home and add a soft aesthetic touch to any corner. Rs 900 onwards
Festive season and shopping go hand in hand. Catering to the city’s needs for all things festive was Cherry Orchard: The Festive Edit, in association with The Telegraph, held on September 28 at Taj Bengal. From crockery and home decor to spruce up the home for guests during the festive season to apparel and accessories to gear up for the wedding season right after Diwali, the exhibition had it all. The Telegraph dropped by...
With the wedding season coming up right after the festive one, this is a good time to stock up on wedding wear such as these hand-embroidered bandhgalas and achkans from Raghavendra Rathore. Rs 25,000 onwards
These multi-purpose trays and dishes from Mira by Radhika Jain are not only great for serving your guests, but also make for good gifting items. The floral accents add a pop of colour, too. Rs 2,500 onwards
For an easy-breezy day look, pick a linen salwar suit from Bobby Creations. The colourful accents make sure that these stand out without being too loud. Rs 7,500 onwards
If you are looking for a perfect fit, try these couture sets from BlueViolet by Shradha Jain. The collection includes gowns, wedding lehngas and traditional silhouettes with a contemporary touch to its design. Rs 20,000 onwards
The Bloom collection by Taarini Saraf comprises a range of cute tops and shirts such as these with delicate floral motifs. Perfect for semi-formal events as well. Rs 8,500 onwards
Brocades spell festive and occasionwear like nothing else. These handwoven brocade pieces from House of kSara by Shradha Saraf bring in the festive fun with their colourful and intricate work. Rs 18,000 onwards
Saris are a festive staple and these soft, pastel ones from Hiranya are handwoven and perfect as festive daywear. Rs 7,500 onwards
This season, move over regular bags with these distinctly woven pieces from Project 1000. Not only are they colourful but also sturdy and multi-purpose. Rs 800 onwards
If you are not too keen on heavy or traditional jewellery this festive season, try these stylish and lightweight designs from Kokommo. Rs 3,000 onwards
Tanesha Agarwal, who visited with her mother, said, “The collection is good this time and there are a lot of decent items. There are a lot of Indo-western stuff that I liked.”
Palak Gupta had come for trousseau shopping. “Brands like Around Always and Crimzon were really nice for footwear. For home decor, Ekaani had some nice stuff. Mira too had a beautiful collection in terms of accessories,” she said.
Friends Rishita Rampuria and Shreya Mehta said, “We have already spent 1.5 hours going around and shortlisting things. The collection here is really good and we are looking forward to the next edition.”
“The exhibition was a very good day for the exhibitors as well as all the shoppers. The participants were happy with the footfall and the great interest from buyers. The buyers, in turn, were also happy with the collection that had been available for the upcoming festive season. There were a lot of home decor and lifestyle products that were the need of the hour because everyone wants to decorate their homes for parties and festivals. In terms of clothes and accessories, we had a lot of items that were relevant to the festive and wedding season,” Shradha Saraf and Shilpi Goenka, curators and organisers, Cherry Orchard.
Pictures: B. Halder