The second edition of the India Sutra event will exhibit a curated collection of affordable and exclusive Indian wear and accessories by designers from across the country. On offer will be saris, kaftans, ethnic skirts, stoles, clutches, bags and jewellery.
Ethnic wear by Titli
“The main concept behind India Sutra is to curate quirky and fun products that are Indian and yet have a contemporary twist to them. This collection is a great way to bring in the upcoming festive season. Also, we have made a conscious effort to bring in new designers from across India, to represent a variety of styles under one roof,” explains Mallika Desai Thakker, owner, Bliss.
Bag by Indie Trunk
This year, the list of brands include Titli by Delhi-based Neelu Khanna, which presents a sari range that blends tradition and modernity; Aabha by Dipali Ghuste, a Mumbai-based brand of contemporary styling with Indian textiles crafted using traditional techniques; and Howrah Bridge, from Kolkata, which is presenting a collection of saris with quirky prints.
Sari by Bandbox
There’s also Lucknow- based designer label, Bandbox that specialises in home décor and fashion accessories as well as Lemon, a Mumbai-based brand started by Diya Mehta offering comfortable clothes. Bags and accessories by Mumbai-based brand Nomad, accessories by Mumbai-based designer Aprajita Toor and Indie Trunk, an accessory label by Mumbai and Pune-based designers, will also be showcasing at the space.
Till July 28, 11.30 am to 7.30 pm
At Bliss, Aram Nagar, Fisheries University Road, Versova, Andheri (W).