Mumbai's favourite God has exited our streets but it's only a few days till Navratri. If you love putting together elaborate ensembles for each evening, drop by Maati Crafts' Festive Exhibition.
Anita Chandramohan and Jayashree Krishnan, owners of the Powai-based store, have meticulously brought together ethnic goodies from across the country.
The exhibition includes handmade terracotta earrings and neckpieces from Karnataka, hand-painted Kalamkari dupattas created by master craftsmen from Andhra Pradesh, trendy boho-chic garments with beadwork, Kutchi hand-embroidered bags and clutches, and fabrics, weaves and block prints in hand-woven mashru, mul, cotton and silk from Kutch, Gujarat, AP and Rajasthan.
My favourites from the collection are Tibetan and tribal jewellery from Himachal and leather footwear from Kutch.
The beadwork neckpieces and leather footwear would look great with a simple tee and denims for a quick makeover.
On Today, 10.30 am to 8.30 pm
WHERE Cache Art Gallery, Waterfield Road, Bandra (W).
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