Navratras are concluding, while Dusshera, Karwachauth and Diwali are around the corner, people have already started looking forward to and making preparations for. All these festivals will soon be followed up by the big fat Indian wedding season. Looking at the need for a single platform for festival and wedding needs we have put up a lifestyle showcase ‘Trends Festival’.
“This is the 17th Edition of Trends Exhibition which has come to be known as a very customer friendly exhibition. The Exhibition has started in Kisan Bhawan and will be on till 2nd October 2017,” said Pankaj Jain, director, The Rising, the company under whose banner Trends Exhibitions are organised.
In this Exhibition exclusive products related to festive season have been showcased. There is designer apparel, bridal wear, Indo-Western wear, fashion accessories, footwear, furniture, home decor, specialised Karwachauth and Diwali stalls all under one roof. Designers have come with their creative collections from all over India.
To ring in Karwachauth and the wedding season, Rosy has brought designer Karwa Thalis, Kalash etc. Not just this, another major attraction that she has are wedding boxes, readymade packing for bridal dresses, sarees, Lehengas, suits etc and the bangle boxes are quite a draw. Looking at Diwali which is around the corner, Alka has brought designer candles in her collection. There are candles ranging from gel, wax, scented, floating diyas etc. She has a range of beautiful ‘Torans’ too.
Fashion label Nanki creations is present with its collection. Mystique too showcased its ensemble. Label ‘ Albeli’ is here with designer dresses & Juttis. ‘Pari Creations’ has showcased beautiful dresses. A wide range of Wedding Gowns’ collection is also there. Many more designers of bridal, party wear etc are lending a lot of variety to ‘Trends Festival Exhibition’. —TNS
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