The already bustling Hauz Khas Village took on a new life on the 23rd of August, with Delhi and Gurgaonwaalas braving the long line of cars leading to the village for a day of incredible shopping and food, curated by LBB and Ogaan.

We’re happy to say that The Artisans Bazaar drew in over 800 people from all over the city! They got a closer look at some specially curated collections, from LBB’s 15 top artisanal designer picks. The Bazaar had something for both men and women – custom shirts, leather accessories, jewellery, and saris, right down to more structured and tailored western wear, and even uber cute backpacks! For those of you who didn’t make it, or feel like you didn’t get enough time in there, here’s a sneak peak!

Awesome designer Urvashi Kaur personally styled shoppers, recommending flattering cuts and accessories.


The ladies at Outhouse brought in some super statement making earrings; ones that could finish a dress or a sari with equal finesse.

Raw Mango had on display an array of gorgeous colours and borders to suit any age, and any personality.

Did you check out the snazzy bow ties for men {or women; we know you can work it!} at Bodice? The crew at LBB invested in some killer backpacks for when we go scouting around town.
Embellished clutches at Ashdeen couldn’t have come at a more perfect time! Hello wedding season.
We are crushing on Suket Dhir’s Bullet Kurta; listen up ladies – his lovely wife wore it with a Patiala, and it looked fantastic!
The hot sellers of the day – personalised leather luggage tags from 1701.
The Bazaar had some gorgeous kurtis from Kavita Bhartia on display, for under INR 10,000!
Nimai brought in some Vintage wonders; we are crushing on the earrings from Celine.
Pero brought in a limited edition collection, especially created for Artisans Bazaar!
The handcrafted and perfectly tailored shirts from Kardo come with tags that specify the names of the artisans who worked on that particular shirt!
Womenswear brand White Champa brought in a line made from natural fabrics, in lovely summer friendly silhouettes.
We loved the head piece Aastha Jagwani was sporting at the Bazaar; and the embellished thread bracelets in different colours.
We’re just some of the many shoppers now sporting Bhaavya Bhatnagar’s high waisted pants and summer perfect blouses.
The perfect gift, Nappa Dori’s leather wallets come with the option of vintage looking imagery on the inside.
For those of you that visited the Bazaar, you can read more about the designers and/or find their stores here, here and here. Till the next one!