Chandigarh, August 24, 2019: With the wedding and festival season around the corner, a three-day fashion - lifestyle and home décor exhibition - ‘Riwaaz’, has kicked off at Himachal Bhawan, Sector 28, Chandigarh. The exhibition which has a presence of 60 exhibitors will be on till Monday, August 26.
The event is being organised by the Planning Gurus, which added some beautiful fresh traditional elements to this exhibition like ‘Gotta Patti’ embroidery work Lehenga –suits, Banarsi silk sarees , Phulkari suits among other authentic handicraft based designer wear and lifestyle enhancing products.
Exhibitors from across the country are showcasing their collections of traditional designer wear, Indo-Western apparels, jewelry, home décor items and other products, all of which have been created painstakingly by artisans.
Rattandeep Singh Walia, Director of Planning Gurus said, “We have organised the exhibition after receiving an overwhelming response from ‘Global fashion Era’ our previous showcase. As the wedding season & festivals are around the corner, we have tried to get designers from outside tricity, so that residents get the advantage of buying bridal and other lifestyle products in Chandigarh under one roof and do not have to travel to Delhi.”
Aman Walia, the other Director of Planning Gurus said, “In view of the wedding season, we have brought this time finest bridal collection curated by designers. This time the tricity will also witness myriad handmade home décor & handicraft items and some beautiful marble items.”
The exhibition received a heavy footfall on the inaugural day. The centre of attraction were the beautiful ‘Gota Patti’ lengha choli and suits displayed by ‘Saachi’ from Jaipur. At the exhibition, visitors clamored to see the comprehensive range of beautiful Banarasi sarees made by skilled artisans at ‘Attire’ from Mumbai. ‘Supreeti’ from Patiala is displaying attractive traditional Phulkari suits, while ‘Shivam designer fabric’ from Delhi has high quality fabrics for suits. Sufiyana by Abdul & Zian from Agra have come with a mesmerizing Indo-Western wear collection. Mohammad Abrar has brought Chanderi silk sarees, suit fabrics , dupattas from Madhya Pradesh.
In home décor items Panchkula based studio ‘Mysh Craft' and 'Artiora' is presenting unique handmade paper-craft decorative items like paper flower pots and colorful paper wallflowers etc.
‘Jodhpur Marble’ is beckoning visitors with its wide range of beautiful & intricately designed marble handicraft items like elephants, tigers, flower vases and lots more.
‘Arleen Kaur creations’ from Delhi has candle stands, bowls, tray sets and other cutlery items for the kitchen.
‘ ‘Nav’ from Delhi have elegant artificial jewelry like necklaces, earrings, rings and lots more.
Fashion accessories are not far behind. In the exhibition, visitors are spoilt for choice with a bevy of handbags, purses, etc displayed by ‘Miss Attitude, Delhi’.
Genuine dry fruits from Afghanistan are also available.
There are available electronic items too. Indeed the exhibition is giving shoppers a chance to browse through a select collection of fashion and lifestyle products, ahead of the festival season.