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The Armoire’s Chennai pop-up for festive buying

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The upcoming version of The Armoire brings to the town 3D embroidered clothes, reversible jewelry, resin baggage, and extra

The upcoming version of The Armoire brings to the town 3D embroidered clothes, reversible jewelry, resin baggage, and extra

As the town’s buying circuit gears up for the upcoming festive season, the bi-annual pop-up, The Armoire, is all set to deliver to Chennai their festive edit this weekend. That includes labels Devnaagri, Loka by Veerali, Mohammed Mazhar, YAM India, Pocket book, Love Choje, Anaash, amongst others, the occasion’s sixteenth version will deliver a “assortment of easy-to-wear Indian, fusion and western clothes and niknaks”, says founder Nandini Varshnei, including that the staff goals to characteristic a mixture of first-timers and bestsellers in each version.

Mohammed Mazhar, founder and inventive director of his label (of the identical title), operates from the small city of Saharanpur in western UP. He works with marginalised communities who’re straight or not directly contributing to the style business, “particularly these related to vocations which are slowly dying akin to dhobis (washermen), rafugars (darners) or kadhai-walas (embroiderers).”

From Mohammed Mazhar’s collection

From Mohammed Mazhar’s assortment
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This festive season, the model is impressed by the phool mandi, a flower market in Saharanpur. “It has plenty of festive drama with our signature gold applique and 3D hand embroideries. One can anticipate dramatic sari-inspired silhouettes, layered kurtas, anarkalis and western put on,” provides Mohammed, whose private favourites are a golden foil applique sari-dress, a inexperienced indo-western blazer paired with a floral layered skirt and a 3D embroidered blazer gown.

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Bringing their signature open and closed-toe flats and heels to Chennai for the primary time, Yatish Jain, Head of Enterprise Improvement of The Cai Retailer, says, “We have been a model that solely made flats and heels, however now we now have began enjoying round with new classes like wedges and platforms, that are solely unique to exhibitions.”

A pair from The Cai Store

A pair from The Cai Retailer
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Different designers showcasing in Chennai for the primary time are Mumbai-based Loka By Veerali, Kolkata-based Kritika Murarka, and Delhi-based APZ, Roza Pret, Choje, and Leather-based Backyard. “Guests can sit up for reversible and multi-purpose jewelry by Amama, assertion baggage crafted in feathers and resins by Ozel Bir Sey, and homeware and giftables by Santushtee,” says Nandini, whose favourites embody Devnaagri and The Neh Retailer for Indian put on and Choje for a enjoyable spin on on a regular basis western put on, and Choje’s versatile and inexpensive vary of western put on with most types below ₹5,000.

The Armoire pop-up is on September 5 at WelcomHotel Chennai

By- The Hindu

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