Stand out from the crowd with KITSCH by NIK jewellery!

Attributes: Exhibition

Quirky yet functional, KITSCH BY NIK is all pumped up to exhibit their newly launched articles of jewellery at IIMA’s flea market KALIEDO: the market place from 30th September to 2nd October on the old IIMA campus.

Started by NIRJARI SHAH, this Ahmedabad based brand is well known for functional yet distinctive pieces of neckpieces, earrings and feet accessories, each piece more eye catching than the one before.

KITSCH BY NIK is known in the city for its colourful feet accessories, versatile and well suited for any occasions. Made from fabrics, oxidized silver beads, crystals and threads, they are going to be the apple of your eye, every single time.

The brand is also going to showcase an all new display of neckpieces, thoughtfully handcrafted from the finest of fabrics, ghunghroos, pompoms and beads. They have an extra add- on to the selection in the form of handmade traditional fabrics and silver pendant chokers, all set to kick the monotonous black ones out of the picture.

The new ghunghroo earrings, adorned with pompoms are made especially to balance out the neckpieces; a perfect union of tradition and avant-garde designs. With absolutely reasonable prices, the brand strives to keep bringing exclusivity laced with a personal touch to all their designs.


Having been featured on hoards of local platforms, along-with BBC UK and exhibiting in Bombay, Goa, Pune and even the USA, KITSCH BY NIK is now a brand synonymous with innovation and distinctiveness. Visit them now. The entry is open for all. Cheers!

Date: 30th September to 2nd October
Venue: IIMA KALEIDO- the market place, Old IIMA campus. 
Contact: 9601457543 




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