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High Street Market Via Moda back with monsoon collection

High Street Market Via Moda back with monsoon collection

India Blooms News Service | 20 Jun 2015, 06:07 am
Kolkata, June 20 (IBNS): High Street Market Via Moda, an Art, Fashion, and Lifestyle exhibition, organized in aid of charities, is back with its monsoon collection from a diversified range of designers from all over India besides the two South Asian neighbours, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

Curated by Lopamundra Mandal Saha, it led off with immense fervor at Kolkata's famous night joint Shisha Reincarnated on Thursday.

The exhibition hosted an endless list of participants like those of, RAAS from Odisha, friendslytoys.com, Fooba from Mumbai, ArVassa, Mancee, Alankar, Simran Arora, Nilofer Javed, RENNES, Gurls Talkies, Revssi, Nineteen to 21, Neena Kejriwal and many more.

Speaking at the press event, Lopamundra Mandal Saha said: “This edition of the exhibition will see one fashion and one celebrity calendar launch along with live fashion photo shoot and designers participating from all across India, Bangladesh, Pakistan. The collection at display is affordable and fresh as the new season.”

High Street Market via Moda, as always, lived up to its glamour quotient and was a star studded affair, with the presence of well known personalities from different walks of life.

Attendees like actress Sayani Dutta, Suchandra Vaniya, Disha Roychowdhury of Gangster  fame, painter Washim Kapoor ,actor Samidh Mukherjee and many more graced the event with their presence and praised the much talked about exhibition of town.

Actor Samidh Mukherjee said that a person’s personality depends on his style and hence fashion is a very important part of a person’s life. The exhibition’s display of innovation and variety impressed him.

This Art, Fashion and Lifestyle exhibition is ‘one of a kind’ where one can avail designer clothes, bags , accessories, footwear, paintings, antiques, tarot card reading, etc. along with a separate spa and style segment by Invogue for the visitors to relax.

(Reporting by Shruti Sood, Images by Avishek Mitra)

High Street Market Via Moda back with monsoon collection

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