Contemporary Indian designer brand Sanjay Garg of Raw Mango is coming to London in June. This is brand’s second event in London after successfully exhibiting last year.
It’s a three day event with the first day reserved for private bridal consultations with the creative designer of the brand – Sanjay Garg. This is followed by a 2-day exhibition and sale event where everyone would be able to view and buy label’s latest and best selling collections.
Alongside Raw Mango, Amrapali, a renowned luxury jewelry brand founded in 1978 by Mr. Rajiv Arora & Mr. Rajesh Ajmera – inspired by Indian art & culture and made through precious sapphires, diamonds, other precious gemstones and metals, will also be available during the event.
For lovers of contemporary Indian designs and minimalist aesthetics, this is the event for you!
Raw Mango brings a selection of saris and garments, each timeless and evoking memories of festivity and joy. Through motifs, materials and colour, they celebrate the deep rooted traditions of India – all of which heavily rely on the inherent beauty of handwoven craftsmanship and raw material.
Ranging from minimalist gold tissue saris, sooti cottons, simple colour block to more ornate banarasi silks or embroidered saris – each for whom the options are endless.
“The beauty of your wedding outfit is in the curation of the look, and not about the weight or cost. The taboo attached to the idea that one needs to wear heavy weight outfits and weigh yourself down with a ton of jewelry is something I can not comprehend, and our engineered panel Varanasi lehengas are an alternative choice. One should want to wear their jewelry or outfit more than once and actually use it, than admire it from afar (or the lockers). I think it’s important to not get carried away by trends, instead, explore your culture, tradition and heritage and think about the uniqueness each textile or fabric can bring, and of course, dress for your body type” says textile designer Sanjay Garg of Raw Mango.
Collections include saris, lehengas, kurtas, garments and textiles made through mashru, silk, chanderi, cotton and Varanasi brocades.
Date: 2nd and 3rd June, 2018
Venue: Asia House, 63 New Cavendish St, Marylebone, London W1G 7LP
For more information contact:
Ritu Malhotra: +44(0) 7562551760
Poonam is the founder and director of The Maharani Diaries blog. She has a passion for South Asian fashion and weddings. Drinking coffee is one of her favourite pass times and she also enjoys giving up her time for charity. You’ll often find her volunteering on the side for various community events.