Araaish Festive Exhibition Announced
• Good Earth has launched a new Deccan-inspired home decor collection called Golkonda. It includes chandeliers, lamps, cut glass furniture, kalamkari bed linen and upholstery, and bidri work dinner sets. Raghuvanshi Mills, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel. Tel: 2495 1954.
• Home furnishings store AA Living has launched a new collection for kids between the ages of one and ten. Some of the themes in the collection, which includes bean chairs, duvets, bed sheets, curtains and cushions, are “sports champ”, the solar system, cupcakes, “zoo buddies” and “lil diva”. Rajul Apartments, 9 Harkness Road, Nepean Sea Road, opposite Gold’s Gym. Tel: 2368 3985.
• The next Araaish festive-themed charity sale will be held on Tuesday, October 4, from 10am to 7pm. On sale will be precious jewellery by Queenie Singh, Maheep Kapoor and Renu Mehra, evening clutches by Malaga, silver jewellery by Silver Streak, home furnishings by Sussanne Roshan and clothes by Masaba Gupta. Proceeds from the sale will be donated to Save The Children India, an NGO that supports underprivileged women and children. Blue Sea, Worli Sea Face, Worli. Tel: 6661 4313.
• Delhi-based fashion designer Vidhi Singhania will host an exhibition of lehengas, saris, and blouses made of Kotah and other handwoven fabrics at Trident Nariman Point, on Tuesday, October 4, from 10am to 7pm. The Lotus Room, Lower Lobby Level, Trident, Nariman Point.
• Concern India Foundation, a charitable trust that organises fund-raising events for NGOs, is hosting an exhibition of jewellery and textiles sourced from across India. You will find chikankari saris embellished with sequins and zari; silver and gold jewellery in jadau, meenakari and kundan styles; handblock-printed woollen shawls; reversible kantha and ikat stoles; and bandhani suit pieces and dupattas. Until, Friday, September 30, from 11am to 7pm. Coomaraswamy Hall, Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sanghralaya (Prince of Wales Museum), M. G. Road, Kala Ghoda. Tel: 2284 4484.
• Abstract, an Ahmedabad-based ceramics store is hosting an exhibition of Turkey-inspired decorative ceramics in Mumbai at Nariman Point, until Sunday, October 2. Shop for stained-glass lamps, hand-pianted ceramic bowls and showpieces, and Swarovski-embellished crockery. Prices start at Rs500 for a set of four bowls. Kamalnayan Bajaj Hall, Ground Floor, opposite CR2 mall, 226, Nariman Point. Tel: 098250 43034.
Tags: Abstract, Araaish, Concern India Foundation, Good Earth, Shopping Scoops, Sussanne Roshan