Evening where fashion took the spot-light & style took the centre- stage at the launch of fine jewelry by Manali & Vicky Shoor: MVS; Mitali Jagtap’s 1st pop up introducing designers duo Mitali & Urvashi : The Rack; Pop-up-store by Luxury Fashion House: DVAR India featuring designers like- Anmol Kakkad, Ashtar by Manju Lulla, Megha- Amit Sanger.
The evening was spearheaded by Sharmila Thackeray, Manali Jagtap, Vicky Shoor & Vijayta V Gandhi
10th October, 2016 in Mumbai- The fashion soiree saw some of the big names from Bollywood, Television & Fashion like- Manali Jagtap’s father- Bhai Jagtap , Farah Khan, Mugdha Godse, Shaina N.C , Smita Thackeray, Nitin Sardesai MNS MLA, Warda Nadiadwala, Rakshanda Khan, Kehkashan Patel, Shazia Gowariker, Kainaat Arora, Amruta Khanvilkar, Sharmila Thackeray, Reema Lagoo, Leena Mogre, Yogita Kadam- Daughter of Ramdas Kadam, Mitali Borude, Pratima Shelar, etc
There is no gainsaying that jewellery is one of the most popular accessories among women all over the world. And in the wake of jewelry and apparel designers joining hands to offer their items under one roof, fashion enthusiasts have a whole range of both to pair and wear from Manali Jagtap Shoor & Vicky Shoor fine jewelry- MVS to Mitali Jagtap’s 1st pop up introducing designer duo Mitali & Urvashi, Anmol Kakkad, Ashtar by Manju Lulla, Megha- Amit Sanger and many more.
Leading light of Indian fashion landscape to salivate the craving for everything precious & luxurious, Designer Manali Jagtap Shoor along with her husband Vicky Shoor launched an exquisite line of fine jewelry- MVS. With a carefully selected, magnificent range, of intricately designed- MVS will not bear just a mark of excellence, but also an assurance of quality that will be recognized the world over. Exuding a modern vibe, the collection will comprise of chic and exclusive pieces of pendants, rings, earrings, bangles and bracelets . Marvelous & delicate work will make the collection worth the grabs.
Excited & equally nervous, Manali Jagtap says “There is a vintage aspect to our designs. We have prepared pieces that not only stand out but fits everyone’s budget. I believe there is a powerful relationship between jewellery design and fashion in general, which we have endeavoured to capture. Our jewellery will complement the different outfits. It will cater to different women with different choices”
Besides the launch of MVS, Mitali Jagtap’s 1st pop up introduced designer duo Mitali & Urvashi who had set the color wheels in motion with an exclusive preview of their collection- The Rack. Keeping the essentials in mind designers Mitali & Urvashi have put in their blood and sweat into their creation making sure it gives the masses the best in fashion. With a penchant for luxurious fabrics, texture, color and handcrafted design, the collections will be a direct reflection of their philosophy – poetically combining appreciation for the traditional and classic Indian visual with the new-age fashion.
The glamorous evening had a Pop-up-store by Luxury Fashion House: DVAR India featuring designers like- Anmol Kakkad, Ashtar by Manju Lulla, Megha- Amit Sanger who showcased products which were a perfect blend of creativity and style, designed by the big names in fashion industry and created by the artistic craftsmen; keeping the masses up-to-date with the latest trends and style quotient. The evening was one eventful shopping destination that helped the shoppers find products which were a perfect match to their unique sense of style; at the same time taking utmost care of their pocket and comfort factor too.
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