What Is It?

An exhibition and sale of products from Kutch {in Gujarat}, Kuch-Kutch will offer handmade apparel for kids and women, jewellery and home decor inspired by this region of rich textiles and handicrafts.

Who Is It For?

If you are looking to do up your home or want to update your wardrobe, or just love all things textiles and handmade, you need to head to this exhibition.

Why Should I Go For It?

Having travelled to Kutch together, Bangalore girls, Baneen Karachiwala and Smriti Chanchani found inspiration in the culturally rooted handicrafts while on the trip. They brought to Bangalore the aesthetics they discovered in the land of nomads and artisans, in the form of clothing, chunky jewellery and home decor. You can buy your young daughters Mal cotton dresses and kurtas which are block printed with natural dyes. And, for yourself, get one of their handmade stoles, tunics or skirts. Another interesting eco-friendly product here are the bags and little pouches, all woven from recycled plastic sheets.

If you’re hoping to score some home decor pieces, they have copper bells, handmade ornaments that are woven and embellished, along with Rabari embroidered cushion covers and wall pieces. Other highlights include stunning, statement jewellery from Kutch.

Where: Smriti’s Studio House, 551/10, 2nd Floor Terrace, 6th Cross, 2nd Main, opposite Padma Clinic, Lower Palace Orchards

When: Saturday May 28 and Sunday, May 29

Price: INR 250 – INR 7,000

Timings: 10am – 6pm

Contact: +91 9243434318/+91 8147536147 or write to smritispostbox@gmail.com / baneenk@gmail.com

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