"Kamini Saraf’s Fashion Yatra” held
- 100years and above old Antique Necklace—Patri Haar” costing approximately Rs 8 to 9 lakhs was among the many highlights of the Fashion Yatra
- How much time does it take to weave a Tie & Dye Handloom Saree?
- Patan Patola Handloom Saree takes two year to make informs Mr. Bhamin of Shakun and it costs Rs 3 lakh.
Hyderabad, February 16 , 2018: Kamini Saraf’s Fashion Yatra held in the city on Friday at Hotel Taj Krishna. Kamini Saraf, School Children from Teach For Change, NGO and few Fashion Designers together inaugurated the one day Fashion Fair.
Over 70 exhibitors exhibited various fashion collections. Some of the exhibitors include Shriam Ram Hari Ram Jeweller from Delhi. This is a 129 years old Jewellery Store. It is Delhi’s First Antique Jewellery Shop.
Fashion Yatra presented an exquisite collection of Jewellery from renowned Jeweller –Gehna Jewellers & Ghanasingh Be True. Ghanasingh Be True is the 109-year-old, renowned Indian jewellery house. Ghanasingh Be True is a legendary jewellery brand in India
This is the 12th year of Fashion Yatra. Akshat Events is owned by Ms .Kamini Saraf. Fashion Yatra is one of the biggest of its kind, showcasing designer garments, jewellery and lifestyle products from all over the India.
Some of the exhibitors include Shriya SOM, Gauri, Audrey, Akoya Jewells, ME Jeweller, Vivinia, Julie, Priyanka Kehmka, Occasions by Renu Ganeriwala, Shakun, Aisha Rao, Ohfab, Purvi Joshi, Sauve4 By Neha & Shreya, Lachessis, Angasutra and others.
22 new names debuting showcased their creations informed Kamini Saraf speaking to the media on the occasion. We have been associating sharing the proceeds of the Fashion Yatra to Tech For Change for the past two years, she added.
Delhi’s first and the oldest antique jeweler Shri Ram Hari Ram Jeweller, displayed 100years and above old Antique Necklace—Patri Haar” costing approximately Rs 8 to 9 lakhs. The salient features of this ornament as per the exhibitor is it has natural Basra Pearsls, Diamonds mined from Golconda, Ruby from Burma. It is only of its kind of an ornament he informed. This jewllery auctions their exclusive jewellery is auctioned by international famous auction houses such as Christie's Bonhams and Sotheby's
An Antique Ear Ring from Shir Ram Hari Ram Jewellers Delhi on display was an important piece. As it reflected all the 9 gems/Navratnas. According to Anirudh, it has stones, ruby in the center with pearl, yellow and blue sapphire, Cat’s Eye, Hesonite, Emerald, Diamond Polki. It costs in the range of Rs 2 lakhs. We were the exclusive jewellery designers for Bajirao Mastani film and we also provided jewellery from Padmavath film, Anirudh informed.
Handracrafted Silver Jewellery, Bell Shaped Jhumkas by Gauri Jewellery Designer from Kolkata; Bracelets made of metals and gold coated especially for destination weddings are some of the highlights.
Aisha Rao exhibited amalgamated designs. A cape with lehanga costing Rs 19000/- and Lehanga with blouse costing Rs 82,000/- were on display.
Shakun displayed Tie & Dye Handloom Sarees. It displayed Bandhani Sarees that cost anywhere in the range of Rs 10,000/- to Rs Two lakh and takes two years produce one piece of saree. They also displayed Patan Patola Handloom Saree that costs Rs 3 lakh. Each saree is thoughfully done. Each of the piece dsplayed here is especially curated, told Bhamin of Shakun.
Cluthes of unique and exclusive variety were on display. And the one named Love Clutch and Masha Allah were highlights. Each of these Clutches cost Rs 10,000/- and above.
Bags made out of imported Lace Fabric material from Thailand are fashion informed a representative of Occasions by Renu Ganeriwala.
Fashion is so dynamic that it always keeps on changing. It is a reflection of social, economic, political and cultural changes. It expresses modernity, symbolising the spirit of the times. Keeping in pace with the changing times, Hyderabad’s elite Fashion Designer Kamini Saraf organizes Fashion Yathra, every six months to showcase latest trends in the fashion.
Fashion evolves and changes so fast, that in the blink of eye the trends switch into a different direction. I keep an eye on these latest trends and present to the city, Designers and their creations, says Kamini Saraf. This year the proceeds from Fashion Yatra goes to Teach For Change- Educating underprivileged children.