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    TTDsnip2Festive splurge
    Till Saturday, Art Houz
    Festivals are all about shopping. At the two-day pop-up store, Desi Pop Edition, you could pick some Indian wear (for men and women), footwear, accessories and home decor by designers like Sonali Gupta, Bhumika Sharma, and Saumya & Bhavini Modi. Organised by the Funky Fish pop-up stores, the first 50 customers on both the days will also receive goodie bags. Between 11 am and 6 pm. Rs 2,000 onwards. Details: 24992173

     

     

    TTDsnip3Dave love
    Till Sunday, The Collective
    Need an affordable festive wear that boasts a designer label? The Embellvish Festive Trunk Show is a good option this weekend. Chennai-based fashion blogger cum stylist Vishwa Dave, in her first pop-up store brings established designers like Mumbai-based Babita Malkani and also upcoming ones like Seema Thukral from Delhi. Expect vibrant corals, reds and pinks, and festive wear for women at the three day pop-up store. Between 11 am to 7 pm. Rs 4,500 onwards. Details: 9884716685

     

    On the shelves
    October 13-14, The Park Hotel
    City based Sheetal Modi’s Studio Trioss comes to town with apparel, footwear, jewellery and home decor from across 12 cities, including Mumbai, Jaipur and Kashmir. Snack while you shop at the food stalls offering cupcakes, biscotti, cakes and more. 11 am onward. Free entry. Details: 9840105010

     

    Green NavratriTTDsnip5 (1)
    Till October 23, Goli Soda outlets
    Support upcycling this Navratri and drop off plastic and glass bottles, old denim or clothes, newspapers, invitation cards, cassettes or CDs at any Goli Soda outlet. Brands like Bengaluru-based Silver Nut Tree and Gurgaon-based Simply Kistch will convert them into colourful paper bags, purses and other upcycled products that will be available for purchase at the Goli Soda stores. Rs 100 onwards. Between 11am- 9pm. Details: 42031962

     

    Kid’s day out
    Saturday, Sishya School
    Sishya’s annual school carnival is back. The Sishya Fete this year promises PlayStation booths, lasertag games, balloon shooting and many other exciting activities for the kids. The food stalls (Little Italy and Pizza Corner among others) are dishing out French fries, pizzas, burgers, chaat and more. The talent show, only for students of Sishya, will showcase their dancing and singing skills. Organised by Parents Teachers Association of Sishya, it is open to all. From 3 pm onwards. Entry fee Rs 50. Details: 24912652

    Dandiya ready
    Saturday, Madras Cricket Club
    Get into the Navaratri mood with a fun dandiya dance party. Put on your lehengas or kediyu, and get ready to click those dandiya sticks at The Madras Cricket Club where a Dandiya and Garba Nite is being organised for their club members (who can also bring their guests). Rock the garba moves to upbeat Bollywood numbers and work up an appetite for some dhokla, khandavi and other Gujarati delicacies at the dinner afterwards. 8 pm onwards. Details: 28523976

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