Delve into the world of expos
Silk Mark Expo 2014’ will be held from September 23 to 29 at the Shilpakala Vedika, Hitec City. The Central Silk Board, Union ministry of textiles, initiated the concept of Srimathi Silk Mark.
Silk Mark Expo 2014
‘Silk Mark Expo 2014’ will be held from September 23 to 29 at the Shilpakala Vedika, Hitec City. The Central Silk Board, Union ministry of textiles, initiated the concept of Srimathi Silk Mark. Its objective is to give a fillip to Indian silk products, thus creating a brand for fabulous Indian silk varieties, cater to the silk connoisseurs with 100 per cent pure silk products, leaving no chance for foul-play, extending supporting to grassroots level weavers by enabling them to directly sell their goods to the end consumer and to converge silk products from across the country under one roof.
Silk and Cotton Fab of India Expo
Cotton Silk Weavers Welfare Association is organising ‘Silk and Cotton Fab of India Expo’ from today at Sri Satya Sai Nigamagamam in Srinagar Colony. The exposition will be on till September 21 from 10 am to 9 pm. Artisans from all over India will be exhibiting ethnic weaves, pure silk and cotton designer sarees, dress materials and lifestyle products. Weavers, artisans and designers from 10 handloom weaving states will be displaying above fifty thousand varieties of products in the expo.
Dazzling Fashion, a fashion expo is on at Sri Satya Sai Nigamagamam, Srinagar Colony. It was inaugurated by Telugu and Tamil actress Daksha Nagarkar. More than 60 designers and artisans from 10 handloom weaving states are part of the exhibition. Many uppadas, Benares silks, gadwals, Dharmavaram silk, jamdanis, jamawars, sambalpuris, cotton sarees, suit materials, fashion jewellery, home furnishing and designer clothes from every region of the country is being showcased at the expo. “To witness the blend of different style and concept of silk handloom creations coming together under one roof was a treat to the eyes,” expressed Daksha Nagarkar.
Shrujan Threads of Life
Shrujan Threads of Life – from Kutch is a nonprofit organisation which is staging a three-day ‘Hand Embroidered Exhibition’ from September 25 to 27 at Veeves Boutique, Road No 14, near Asha Hospital, Banjara Hills, from 10 am to 9 pm. The exhibition will showcase original hand embroidery by 3,500 craftswomen living in more than 100 remote villages of Kutch. The products on sale at the expo will include sarees, kurtas, mufflers, shawls, tops, duppatas and stoles, garments, bags and home furnishing and lifestyle accessories featuring 16 different types of embroidery.