Designer expo-cum-sale

Published: 16th March 2015 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th March 2015 06:05 AM   |  A+A-


Adding a special sparkle to the festival of Ugadi, Khwaaish – a designer exhibition – will be celebrating woman empowerment by gifting clothes, accessories, sweets,etc, to underprivileged girls.

The two-day expo which is a one-stop-shop fashion destination  will dazzle at Taj Krishna on 18 and 19 March. Bigges from the Lakme Fashion Week like Vivek Kumar, Sayantan Sarkar and Amalraj Sengupta will also showcase their collection. Besides apparels, designer jewellery, shoes, home decor and accessories will also be up for sale. It goes without saying that what started as an small enterprise a decade ago has now blossomed into a network that not only provides a perfect platform for the buyers and sellers but has also evolved into a community  dedicated to education and betterment of  women.  The curtain raiser event of the exhibition saw girls dresses in tradition half-saris holding placards along with the team of Khwaaish to create awareness women safety.

Further, Khwaaish is the only designer exhibition which works for providing free education to underprivileged children. founding members of Khwaaish have adopted several governmnet schools.Infact a part of the proceeds from the exhibitions will be utilized for social responsibilities .

Khwaaish  will showcase the collection on 18 and 19 March, at Taj Krishna, Banjara Hills

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