Hidden Treasure exhibition in Indore is trying to showcase the age old traditional, folksy, and regal ‘undiscovered’ side of Indian design and art that will surely mesmerize you. You can experience this wonderful clothing and lifestyle exhibition set up at hotel Sayaji only today and tomorrow!

Hidden Treasures - Indore Edition is here! Visit us today & tomorrow at Sayaji Hotel, Indore between 11 AM to 8...

Posted by Hidden Treasures on Friday, February 1, 2019

Started in Jaipur, Hidden Treasures is an exhibition that focuses on bringing forward design and fashion gems that have remained away from public eye. Already established and quite popular in Jaipur, this selective exhibition displays clothes, shoes, bags, precious & semi-precious jewellery, accessories, artefacts, paintings, furniture and other organic & lifestyle products from all across the country and the world.

The exhibition is ‘selective’ in its process to choose the kind of products they showcase. First they find unique artefacts, anything and everything that needs ‘discovering’, then they do rigorous research and study to find if the product is original, has quality and is worth the price tag that is put on it. Only then, the product is selected and showcased in the Hidden Treasures exhibition.

Take home designer collections from all over the country, at Hidden Treasures! See you today & tomorrow at Sayaji Hotel,...

Posted by Hidden Treasures on Friday, February 1, 2019

The products showcased are from over 50 heritage and designers brand, some of whom are big names while others are smaller homegrown and indie. The curator and organizers of the event, Saloni Bhandari and Richa Singh are already established names in the fashion circle. Their pick of products and artefacts coupled with live music, food and entertainment, take Hidden treasure from being just an exhibition to a full blown event.

When: 1st and 2nd February, 2019
Where: Hotel Sayaji, Indore
Time: 11 AM to 8 PM

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