Shop For Festive Clothing at The Mumbai Diwali Show
• Organic cotton T-shirt maker No Nasties plans to release two new designs every fortnight. This week, they’ve brought out “Popat Nam Nam”, a yellow tee featuring a parrot, and a white one called “Mumbai” with an illustration of the city skyline. Both T-shirts are priced at Rs999. They’re also offering a 20 per cent discount on a few old designs (see image). Visit www.nonasties.in to place an order.
• Golmaal, the Andheri-based clothes and fashion accessories boutique, has launched a festive collection of dresses, kurtis, tunics and tops. The new line includes kurtis in bold prints and embellishments such as gota and sequence work; chunky stone rings; and tie-dye dupattas. Kurtis are priced at Rs1,249 and above. Shop No. 12, Greenfield Society, opposite HDFC Bank, Lokhandwala Complex, Andheri (West). Tel: 2639 0365.
• Brides of Mumbai, a company that organises fashion and lifestyle exhibitions across the city, is hosting a two-day “Diwali Show” of clothing and home accessories by 50 designers from across India, at Kala Ghoda restaurant and banquet hall Joss. On sale at The Mumbai Diwali Show will be bridal saris, salwar suits and lehengas, evening gowns, formal footwear, traditional South Indian jewellery, neckpieces with corals and coloured stones, party clutches, and home accessories such as trays and napkin holders. At the exhibition, all attendees can avail of complimentary foot reflexology treatments, hair blow drys, make-up make-overs and nail art sessions. Prices start at Rs800 for a set of napkin holders. Until Wednesday, September 7, from 10.30am to 7.30pm. Joss, 30 K. Dubash Marg, near Rhythm House, Kala Ghoda. Tel: 6635 6908.
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