Can’t keep calm as the year has finally started to feel festive? Royal Fables is back with the 10th edition of its regal extravaganza with pretty lehengas, saris, jewellery, art and more on 20th and 21st September at The Mansion, Hyatt Regency. Every piece here is handcrafted at workshops in palaces from princely states of India, rife with royalty and heritage. Expect exquisite designs with a contemporary touch from Vadodara’s Laxmi Vilas Palace, City Palace Jaipur, Kishangarh’s Phool Mahal Palace, Mandwa Mahal, and many others.
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Heirloom Weaves & Regal Couture: Royal Fables' Back To Fulfill Our Festive Shopping Goals
What Is It?
Who Is It For?
Love classic intricate designs, fine artwork and rich embroidery in royal motifs? This one’s perfect for an elegant look with luxury ethnic pieces for all your festivities. Whether it's for weddings or those Diwali gatherings, stop by for some statement wear. If you’re a connoisseur of culturally unique artefacts, you can also score some heirloom pieces here.
Why Should I Go For It?
Traditional miniatures, tribal artwork, precious fine jewellery, pearls, embroidered bags, French hand-painted apparel, gold spun cloth and looms, block-printed attire, Rajasthani poshaks, chiffon saris—the list is endless! With over 25 royal families and 20 bespoke designers exhibiting at this edition, you’ll also get to rub shoulders with heiresses, and learn the royal ways at panel discussions for all things fab. And all of this starts at a humble INR 5,000—going up to a lakh.
Also, understand the true meaning of custom-made and bespoke by being part of the launch of Khanna Jewellers Bespoke Service, featuring a talk by five heiresses on the art of creating a piece that speaks your personality. To make things more fun, there would be nifty tips and lessons on rare recipes and stately legacies revealed with masterclasses, led by Princess Vaishnavi Kumari of Kishangarh and Kunwar Hemender Singh of Bhainsrorgarh.
If you’re looking to glam up your ethnic style, both for personal fashion and home decor, make a one-shop stop here. Considering the price, we think the royal collection here is actually a steal!
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