Karagiri is a breathtakingly beautiful concept store at Koregaon Park for luxury wedding couture, Indo-western clothing, and vintage home decor.
Karagiri is the brainchild of a former IIM Lucknow alumna, Pallavi Mohadikar and orthopedic surgeon, Amol who have come together to rope in several indigenous art-forms under one roof. We hear the looms are sourced out of many lesser-known regions in India, including Bhagalpur, Dharmavaram and more.
The studio, in itself, is spectacular. Imagine a plush space, neatly done up with undone bricked walls, wooden flooring, elegant chandeliers, vintage rails, shelves and cabinets featuring their clothing line and well-curated, handcrafted furniture with stunning upholstery.
Karagiri has something for everyone; from minimalist kurtas by Indian Dobby to an exquisite range of silk sarees, ranging between INR 2,899 and INR 35,000. For us, what stood out the most was the cotton Narayanpet sarees in soft pastels and broad borders. Of course, you can also go through their range of lehengas, chic blouses, cotton culottes, anarkalis, pashminas and magnificent jewellery pieces.
For home decor hoarders, Karagiri has a wonderful collective of Jaipuri razai, grand Victorian mirrors, handpicked timeless pieces and their very own store furniture that are on sale.