Savoir Faire back to woo luxury aficionados

New Delhi, Feb 7 (IANS) Savoir Faire is back with its third season. High profile designers like Rohit Bal, Pria Kataria Puri, Niki Mahajan and Namrata JoshiPura will exhibit their collection at the one-day luxury exhibition here.

The event, which will take place Feb 13 at the Hyatt Regency, will feature indian and western apparel, traditional and contemporary jewellery, Indian artefacts and home decor.

"At a Savoir Faire event, you don't just walk into an exhibition, you walk into an experience. We create for you an exquisite space where you can indulge all your desires be it luxury or pret, international apparel or indian couture, exquisite jewellery or exclusive shoes, personal shopping or home decor," said Gauri Bajoria, Chief Executive Officer, Savoir Faire.

"The whole idea behind Savoir Faire is to give customers a whole new shopping experience. We have tried to keep the prices lower than what one normally see's around even in designer wear," she added.

Others participating in Savoir Faire include, AM:PM (Ankur Modi and Priyanka Modi), Reynu Taandon, Amit Agarwal of the brand Morphe, Hemant and Nandita, Alpana & Neeraj, Amishi London, and Suhani Pitti.

"Most of these designers will be doing a specific collection for the exhibition which will not be available anywhere else. The collection is being launched via Savoir Faire," Bajoria told IANS.

The exhibition started in 2009 in Kolkatta and its second edition was held in the capital last year, after a two-year gap. And the chances are that it will go overseas in future.

"I am from Kolkata so I started this with the city and there are possible chances of taking Savoir Faire overseas, may be in Hong Kong . I am in talks but nothing has finalised yet," said Bajoria.

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