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    Make the best of trendy western outfits and jewellery with Funky Fish’s pop up shop

    If a mix of global meets classic is your style mantra, head to the second edition of the pop-up shop by Funky Fish—the brainchild of fashion enthusiasts and friends, Nikita Kapoor Bajaj and Pavithra Sagar. Bajaj and Sagar came up with this concept based on their own shopping wish list: stylish clothes from around the globe, targeting the city’s fashionables. The duo is also bringing down a chic western jewellery collection by Aé-Te (from the capital). Expect gold plated Indo-western accessories like ear cuffs, neck pieces, rings and hand harnesses. “Fashion was always close to me, having worked with designers like Anamika Khanna and Ritu Kumar. Also, my mother runs her own business of exporting garments,” says Sagar, 31, who was a former model and has a degree in biotechnoloy. Talking about their apparel collection, 28-year-old Bajaj, who studied fashion merchandising at Manchester College (and worked with Stella McCartney in London), says, “What you will see is curated outfits from places like Singapore, Bangkok, London and Europe, that you can wear to a brunch, night out or a cocktail dinner.” Expect a mix of quirky yet classic lines in silk, cotton chiffon and georgette, ranging from printed dresses, fringed crop tops, asymmetrical skirts,  and shorts and trousers in red, orange, black and white.

    Tomorrow, at Art Houz, Rs 2,000 onwards.Details: 2499 2173

    —Sumitra Nair
    Inputs: Srishti Dasgupta


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