Funky Fish is back with a festive edition and a design workshop with rubber bands.
Friends and co-curators, Pavithra Sagar and Nikita Kapoor, are back with the sixth edition of Funky Fish,A� called Desi Tadka. This time, the pop-up is all about pampering the ladies, especially the brides, with designers like Roshni Chopra and Divya Anand showcasing their festive collection. a�?Expect a variety of styles ranging from bridal lehengas and draped saris, to intricately-embroidered capes to affordable westerns,a�? begins Sagar.
This time the edition is bigger, with a live workshop by Anuj Shrama of Delhi-based Button Masala. a�?Hea��ll take a piece of plain fabric and make an outfit using buttons and rubber bands, nothing else. It is a simple yet quick way of making clothes without any tools. It has developed over the last four years and started with the designera��s explorations for Lakme Fashion Week,a�? explains Sagar.
First-timers in the city include Mumbai-based Prerto (Indo-western jewellery), Arunima Majhi (contemporary fusion wear) and Salita Nanda(womenswear), and Kapraha (woven Indian wear) from Jaipur. Sagar picks Roshni Chopraa��s fusion off-shoulder draped sari as her favourite, while Kapoor loves Majhia��s trousers with an attached drape. Sagar signs off with promises of new elements in their next show in January.
Rs 1,500 onwards. September 29.
At Crowne Plaza, TTK Road.