Wedding edition exhibition of season kicks off
Exclusive collections of fashion designers & artisans from across India showcased
Ludhiana: To usher in the New Year 2020 in style for Ludhianvis – a trendy fashion & lifestyle exhibition - Season’s Wedding Edition kicked off at Hotel Shiraz, Ferozepur road here. The glamour filled and artistic three day fiesta is being organised by Trends in collaboration with Creative Affairs. More than 40 exhibitors from across the country have converged at the exhibition with their exclusive winter wedding ensembles and other lifestyle enhancing products.
Pankaj Jain, Founder of Trends said, “We have tried to curate an exhibition which is a one-stop-shop for all-of-one's winter wedding & lifestyle needs. The exhibitors have come from all over India, with the latest and the most-trendy collections of traditional wear, handicrafts, apparel, accessories, footwear, etc.”
The exhibition witnessed a heavy footfall on its opening day. A myriad of beautifully stitched lehengas in Banarsi silk, gotta patti & sequin work displayed by a Chandigarh based studio, ‘Nandini Handicrafts’ caught the visitors’ attention. The label also displayed beautifully hand-woven Banarsi jacquard silk dupattas.
‘Katyani Creations’ opened its treasure trove of trendy designer kurtis, suits and beautiful ethnic collections. ‘Sixth Sense’ by Arti Bansal is displaying heavy suits, gowns, sarees, ghararas-shararas and presenting exclusive collections in velvet.‘Mina’s Postaffair Closet’ has a range of enticing Indo-Western wear. ‘Priya Chabbra’s’ classy ethnic wear is a must check. ‘Rehmat by Sonu Ahuja’ has a fashionable clothing range. ‘Guru Kirpa’ (Delhi/Dubai) is displaying its latest collection of clothing range and more.
Keeping the harsh North Indian winter season in mind ‘Frills & Flairs’ by Mitali has brought an exclusive collection of winter wear. What’s more, ‘Pinky’s Designer’ has a unique collection of authentic Pashmina luxury shawls. A wide variety of Pakistani wedding couture is available at 'Gimiks'.
Lifestyle enhancing, decorative items have been put up at ‘The Incredible Arts’ stall. Here there is a display of eye-catching marble made decorative items like elephant, tiger, fountain, flower pots made by the highly skilled craftsmen from Rajasthan. The exhibitor said, “We have also brought exotic handicraft items made by Onyx stone marble- which is found in Afghanistan and old Makrana style lamps at very reasonable rates.”
Modern & unconventional furniture is there at ‘Rialto Lifestyle.’ Natural beauty skin, health and body care products displayed by ‘Vedpuran Ayurveda’ from Kurukshetra are also the highlights of the event.
A visitor, Barbie Kaur said, “The exhibition is a perfect place for all shopaholics to grab the fresh exclusive designed clothes, lehengas, sarees and handicraft items brought by the exhibitors under the one roof at a very reasonable price.”
Fashion jewellery lovers will be enthused with the range available at ‘Passion Art Jewellery.’
The exhibition will remain open from 9 am to 8 pm daily from January 4 to 6, the entry for which is free.