Published On: Tue, Feb 3rd, 2015

DLF Promenade hosts Travelista’s Arty Design Festival

Report by Santanu Ganguly, New Delhi: DLF Promenade hosted the Travelista’s Arty Design Festival during 31st Jan-1st Feb, 2015, with eclectic fashion, design and music. The Arty Design Festival will be a shopaholic’s delight with state of the art designer collection from 30 chic designers from India and abroad featuring Phulkari clutches, statement jewellery, painted ballerinas, kitschy leather footwear, gold plated art jewellery, folk fashion, bridal and trousseau options. Patrons will also get to see Origami workshops, mirror and art exhibits, beauty makeover, styling and more. The event was a shopaholic’s delight with a sumptuous shopping spread. Fill your bags with exciting designer products, apparels, accessories, décor, kitsch, vintage designed by talented designers and entrepreneurs of India. Aiyana will showcase some intricately designed Phulkari clutches and Eristona will woo the patrons with their stunning statement jewellery.

 

dlfEderra and Gush’s hand painted ballerinas and kitschy leather footwear will win shoppers heart and ‘sole’ while Malleka’s gold plated art jewellery is sure to make women dazzle and shine like a diva. Adding to this, there would be amazing bridal and trousseau options for by designers like Deveesha Batra, Sayam Chawla and Silky Nanda! Makeover Madness Shoppers at the Arty Design Festival can reinvent themselves with The Powder Room’s make up and hair makeovers sessions and jazz up their look with the exclusive styling tips. Dress Mess Patrons can try out world folk fashion (Like cowboy and English hats, colourful Rajasthani pagadis and moustaches, Japanese fans, Naga shawls) at the festival’s Dress Shop and get themselves clicked in their favourite fashion props!

 

Also, there will be fun fashion games like A Stitch in time saves nine, paper dressmaking, fashion and design trivia quizzes and more. Art & Craft Art and craft lovers can try out their hand at the Origami workshop, the Japanese craft of paper folding. The festival will also have a unique mirror and art exhibit by artist Geetika Khera who creates artistic reversible mirror installations. Music To add more entertainment to the fest, some of the city’s talented and upcoming artists will get shoppers tapping with the mash up of Indie rock, international and light pop music in the evenings.

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