Curated is the buzzword today. So much is the magnitude of curation that even designers are increasingly leaning towards it. And, like every good brand awareness strategy, the ways of ArtisansBaazar too, are fashion forward.
In a place like Delhi, where one has less to look forward to on weekends, ArtisansBazaar comes as a breather. You don’t have to go mall-hopping; neither do you have to drive to a crowded Janpath and spend endless hours looking for a masterpiece. ArtisansBazaar is more than enough for your yearly accessorizing needs. What’s more? The event brings to the forefront a unique concept of DIY jewelry and more straight from the designer lot.
MEET URVASHI KAUR
With names like Raw Mange, Urvashi Kaur, Pero, Bodice, Kavita Bhartia and more on the list, you couldn’t ask for anything bigger and better. Wonder what’s so special about ArtisansBazaar? For any person, who regularly visits the listed brands, it might not sound like a mega event, unless he or she is aware that ArtisansBazaar is more than just a purchasing point for customers.
ASTHA JAGWANI RINGS
It is rather an opportunity for fashion connoisseurs to converse with far-famed designers, who will be more than willing to share their thoughts, opinions and secrets on making it big in the world of fashion and accessories.
So, whether you are a shopaholic or someone who loves to hoard information for the sake of gaining knowledge, ArtisansBazaar is not to be missed. Another tiny bit of information – that is news in itself is – is that all the designers who are showcasing their works at ArtisansBazaar are specifically curating their collections for LBB readers.
HUNGRY FOR MORE?
With so much to grab and just a day at hand, the running around is obvious. To compliment your fashionably well spent time, Ogaan double checks the arrangements for meals that are just perfect to your heart’s fill. The Coast Café team rolls out an all-day menu with irresistible French toast, crepes, tea cakes, sandwiches and more.
For more information on ARTISANSBAZAAR, you can check out the Little Black Book Delhi.
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