Impressionz has organised a two-day Lifestyle Exhibition at Hotel Southern Star in city on June 8 and 9 from 10.30 am to 8.30 pm.
This time it’s raining diamonds, gold, silks, cottons, chiffons and much more.
The expo features the following designers:
AVR Jewellers offers a wide range of antique, traditional, precious gem, special occasion wear, ageless and contemporary collection in gold, diamond and platinum crafted by their master craftsmen.
Amrapali are known for its signature magnificent pieces and rare craftsmanship, harmonising classical tradition with modern interpretation of ancient aesthetic and techniques.
Svasa from Chennai creates curated traditional hand embroidered well-fitting ethnic wear such as blouses and gracefully draped hand-woven sarees.
Vishal Kapur has been actively involved in creating innovative collections for fashion applications. He brings uniquely handcrafted on handlooms Chanderi, Benares and Mangalgiri sarees and Dupattas.
Priyashree by Madhaviis brings her signature styled exquisite hand-woven rich Benares and Ikkat Sarees.
Indira Lavanya from Chennai is bringing the softest hand-crafted cotton, linen; smart Benares sarees and trendy blouses to go with them.
Ravage from Bengaluru is known far beyond boundaries of town and country for its clothes that offer sharp silhouettes and imaginative surface treatments and, yet, are still supremely user-friendly.
Nine Bags Full is bringing in designer labels from across the country like Mayflowera quirky brand for young, trendy women which is global and easier on the pocket.
Zohra and Leela is a clothing brand of Indo western & Indian style, designer outfits to match different occasions by Sonal Didwania.
Elegance from Ahmedabad is bringing unstitched cotton, silk and tussar salwar suits.
Redzis offers heavy zardosi Pakistani salwar suits for those occasions that call for extravagance.
Meetakshara has the traditional and smart raw silk and Benares sarees.
Fuschia by Ritu creates exquisite, semiprecious, handcrafted-jewellery with a fine blend of classsic style with contemporary touch.
Designs of Bhavya Ramesh, a self-taught jewellery designer, are majorly influenced by the Banjara culture.