Lifestyle-Cum-Home Decor Exhibition Gives Startup Products a Platform


The city fashion freaks could not have asked for more to satiate their sartorial cravings, to say the least! A global fashion, lifestyle-cum-home décor exhibition is on at Himachal Bhawan in Sector 28.

The exhibition will be on till April 17 from 11 am to 8 pm.

“The unique exhibition is an amalgamation of streaming trends and designs in the fashion domain, with as many as 50 stalls from various corners of the country showcasing their brands and wares,” says Rattandeep Singh Walia, Director and Co-Founder of Global Fashion, while speaking with CityWoofer.

Lifestyle Exhibition at Himachal Bhawan

An ecstatic co-founder Aman Walia adds with oodles of optimism, “There is a wide range of lifestyle-related products on display to choose from, which include exquisite jewellery, trendy summer fashion wear, beautiful denims, designer Pakistani suits and saris”.

lifestyle exhibition

In this first-of-its-kind lifestyle exhibition, many start-ups have put up their innovative products for the choosey buyers. They are displaying their products under the tag ‘Start-up Accelerator Chamber of Commerce (SACC) of India, which is a well-meaning and top-notch social organisation, forging a stronger start-up ecosystem across the north Indian states.

Lifestyle cum home decor exhibition

Some of the young and upcoming start-up presenters at the unique exhibition for fashionistas, include Shreya Pandey, founder of Diva Damm, an inclusive, ethnic Indian clothing brand. Diksha, founder of Fabdrop, a western clothing brand; Amarjeet, Founder of Amrit Dhara; Mehtaab, Founder of Nazakaat India, an engaging accessories brand; Priyanka, Founder of Sashakt Nari Healthcare products, et al.

The exhibition offers something special for the hot summer season, showcasing a range of scintillating designs for women to duck the soaring temperatures. They look so dazzling and trendier that they breeze straight into the hearts of those who often make fashion statement.

Home decor Exhibition

Sanjana’s (from Delhi) showcase includes linen, garments conspicuous by the traditional Lucknowi embroidery patterns, gorgeous georgette fabrics, besides the breathtaking linen sets and organza fabric-based designer’s wear on public display at the stall.

Neetu has come up with traditional attires under her own ‘Nari Collections’ tag, a range of Pakistani suits is a hot favourite showcase by Pallavi, which is attracting eyeballs.

Moushami Sen , a textile designer from Delhi has a huge collection of attractive and awe-inspiring Denim outfits and bags bearing elaborate ‘Kantha’ and ‘Lucknowi embroidery’ patterns attracting hordes of buyers. Swati Bhatti Sharma has two labels, under the under ‘Modele’ tagline, of customised Indo-Western outfits and intricately embroidered pieces one would love to grab at first sight. She has a treasure-trove of resin artwork-studded products under the brand name ‘Kazaru’ offering an oomph moment for the choosy female buyers.

Under their brand name ‘Suramya’, Diksha and Ayushi had on offer unique hand-painted jewellery items and ‘sarees’ with spectacular designs and patterns, which were to be seen to be believed.

Apart from designer wears and jewellery on display, the most sought after products were home decor items. ‘Sādhya’ displayed a range of hand-crafted decor curated by some acclaimed craftsmen. The founder Gurman Banga had ensured a range of tempting items for the most demanding few.

Children too have a fair share of entertainment and something to cheer about. Gurnoor Book Cafe here has books from all genres for children, among others.

There are also medical stalls showcasing India’s traditional medicines from our ancient system – Ayurveda – for a healthy and better living, besides a tarot reader available at the venue.

“Such well-meaning exhibitions held from time to time, besides offering a platform for artisans and craftsmen from across the country to showcase the magic of their nimble fingers on a wider spectrum of people, go well with city folks to taste the fragrance of multi-cultural and ethnic affinity. Such gatherings enrich our cultural heritage and enhance our social bonding,” said Neetu Harta, UT Education Department employee and a resident of Panchkula.

(The writer , Ramesh K Dhiman, is a former staffer of The Tribune and freelance writer. He has written extensively for leading newspapers and magazines on art, culture, mythology, besides travelogues.)


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