The Boudoir comes to Mumbai

Sep 03, 2013, 06:06 IST | The Guide Team

All roads lead to the first Boudoir Trunk Show by Heena Kalantri and Ashna Kalra that will give Mumbai's swish set reason to shop from the best, most exclusive labels

Fashion and lifestyle promoter Heena Kalantri (who represents labels such as Ravish Kapoor Designs, Bateel, Amber by Ankur Batra) and Ashna Kalra (fashion and lifestyle designer with LA Fashion Week and Paris Who’s Next under her wing) jointly present Boudoir, a Trunk Show venture that will take place at regular intervals, bringing curated collections and limited editions by designers who aren’t readily available in Mumbai and havemade a name for themselves in the national and international arena.

Shalmali Kholgade wearing Ash Haute Couture at TOIFA 2013

The first Boudoir Trunk Show will kick off on September 4 and will bring creations that aren’t easily available across Mumbai’s retail stores. Each of these have been handpicked by the duo, to unveil a formula that spells personal attention to detail, customised service and a highly talented line up of designer names. You’ll spot fewer but larger stalls that allow guests to browse at leisure and even try out garments in special Boudoir cubicles, thus making it not just a luxurious but also a comfortable shopping experience, overall. “Boudoir is a day-long, exclusive concept that follows the formula of a Trunk Show bringing hitherto new names, new experiences to Mumbai each time -- a veritable trunk of treasures!” shares Kalantri.

Kajol in Turquoise & Gold at trials of Nagesh Kukunoor’s upcoming film

This first edition will showcase limited edition labels such as Luxury resortwear and evening wear by Ash Haute Couture, Festive wear by Kanika Kedia, Menswear by Kunal Tanna, Indian wear by Neha Mehra, costume jewelry from Raya (by Vijeta Ramchandani), designer wedding cards and invitations by Ravish Kapoor, Autumn Winter Resort wear by Pia Pauro, Parco Raccolta by Shreya Prakash and Luxury resort wear by Turquoise and Gold.

Madhuri Dixit and Shriram Nene
Madhuri Dixit in Kanika Kedia for Boudoir, seen here with husband Shriram Nene

Adding to the curated fashion element will be handcrafted cupcakes and desserts by Parfait, courtesy Smriti Mehra, the Cordon Bleu chef who has just started her desserts label in Mumbai.

A Raya creation by Vijeta Ramchandani

From couture resortwear to international footwear, from menswear to designer desserts, it promises to be an unforgettable shopping experience.

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