Vetements - The Traditional Threadology

Attributes: Exhibition

Do you know the meaning of Clothes in French? Any guesses? Well, let us tell you the name! It’s “Vêtements – The Traditional Threadology” yes ever thought of such names for clothes! But, now when someone asks you, you can brag that oh yes, I know what clothes are called in French! So you must have guessed what this article is about.

It’s about the outfits of course and by a venture that is active since 25 years. The label Jagruti was started by Mrs. Jagruti before 25 years and his son Jainam has now come up with a new venture called Vêtements which is an online shopping hub on Facebook. Navratri is all about traditional touch but Jainam wanted todo something different, hence he has brought a little western touch to the traditional outfits such as Chaniya Cholis, Belts, Palazzo Pants, Corsets, Bags and much more. They are all traditional yet western.

Well, getting back to the Navratri collection, the very famous and loved Ramleela style chaniya cholis are available at Vêtements but nowhere else. The two layered chaniyas that Deepika wore in Ramleela can be bought by you now! We can say a lot about the chaniya choli from Vêtements because the color combination, the designs and the style of each chaniya choli is different than other and will make you look elegant and stylish. Green, Pink, Yellow, Orange and such many vibrant colors are chosen with beautiful kutchy embroidery which would make you look graceful this Navrartri!

What else is needed then? And everything they use is from their in house production and not brought from market, so the details that you’ll see are just to adore to the core.

Beyond gallery, Abhishilp Complex, Keshavbaug, Ahmedabad.

Dates: 3rd & 4th September

Time: 10am to 8pm

Contact: 9909703070


Tags: Fashion Exhibition in Ahmedabad, Navratri Collection

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