GOES LIVE TODAY | Beginning the End of your search for unique Wardrobes – Hidden Treasures
Hidden Treasures is ready with its unique shopping experience at Hotel Lakend from 20-21 April. The second edition beginning 20 April has accentuated its offering following a wonderful response to its launch edition at Udaipur in 2018. Exhibitors from across India along with artisans are available to showcase their work at Hotel Lakend
Second edition of the Hidden Treasures Lifestyle show at Udaipur begins today and will facilitate celebrating the Wardrobe Weekend.
Scrolling websites and shopping sites for unique additions to your wardrobe needs to take a break, as Rajasthan’s biggest lifestlye show, Hidden Treasures is ready with its unique shopping experience at Hotel Lakend from 20-21 April. The second edition beginning 20 April has accentuated its offering following a wonderful response to its launch edition at Udaipur in 2018. Exhibitors from across India along with artisans are available to showcase their work at Hotel Lakend.
Lifestyle designers, viz. Aruni Design, Anuj Bhutani, prints from Radhika, Mayank Dhaulpur Atelier Shikarbagh, Ghazal Mishra, Amar Creations, Ashish Pandey, Doodle, Bibiji Royal, Padmshri Mohammad Tayyeb Khan, Priyam Narayan, Shivani Bhargav, Pink Chiffon, Crow, Advani Jewellers are bringing their store to Udaipur during this two day extravaganza to give the visitors a unique shopping experience.
Hidden Treasures is known for hand crafted product exhibitions. They yearn to bring heritage and fashion brands under one roof. Every part of the country, with its cultural heritage in its lifestyle products is represented in each of Hidden Treasures exhibitions.
Curators of Hidden Treasures, Richa Singh and Saloni Bhandari believe that each wearable has its own story. Local craftsmen are given a new identity for their styling and classic garment designs, footwear, precious and semi precious jewelry, accessories and lifestyle artwork. This hidden aspect of clothing, knitting, dyeing artwork is being brought to the forefront by the efforts of Richa and Saloni. This enables a facilitation of such local artwork to the public at large. Making available renowned brands and heritage products under one roof has been the USP of Hidden Treasures.
The exhibition at Hotel Lakend, in addition to shopping options, is also replete with food stalls in the food court . Cuisines include Indian Street food, Italian cuisine, Kulfi, etc to keep you occupied in the largest shopping extravaganza of its kind.Check out a few more products that will want you to make a visit to the stalls at the exhibition.