#FurlaFeeling: Introducing The India Exclusive MAAYA

Furla, the distinctive Italian lifestyle brand and one of my favourite brands, celebrated the launch of its first-ever India exclusive bag, Maaya.

This stunning limited edition glitter clutch, designed in Champagne & Gold, marks its debut with a specially inscribed inside plate that reads “FURLA EXCLUSIVE FOR INDIA”.

A glamorous sundownwer In association with Grazia  took place at ASILO one of India’s most luxurious alfresco, rooftop destinations, in order to celebrate this milestone.

The evening saw all of Mumbai’s fashionable lot of woman admiring and accessorising the clutch in their own style sensibilities. Seen sipping the specially concoted Champagne gold dusted cocktail in the radiant ambience inspired by the clutch were  Sarah Jane Dias, Maria Goretti, Manasi Scott, Mandira Bedi, Vicky Kaushal, Suchitra Pillai, Mozez singh, Shaheen Abbas, Neeta lulla, Pria Kataria Puri, Jaya Raheja, Shibani Aggarwal, Ina Arora, Aarti Surendranath, Dilshad Khambata, Laila Lamba Aparna Badlani and many more.

Here’s a look at one of the most fashionable sundowners I’ve ever seen:

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Mumbai – A walk down Kala Ghoda

The Kala Ghoda annual festival ends this weekend . A colourful energy . The street was bustling with creativity from  different states and remote villages of India . Installations , Pottery , sari weavers,  hand crafted   jewellery ,  bed linen,  artists with paintings ,  age old art of kalamkari , kantha , shibori tie and dye fabrics . There was so many beautiful Indian handicrafts which just need branding , logos and marketing to be internationally acclaimed . Thank you NGO ‘s for giving them the opportunity .

As you walk behind this street going further into Kala Ghoda you see how this area is emerging as the designer destination with  bigger brands and designers  having the most beautiful concept stores.  3 floors of Delhi Art Gallery ,  small design store Filter,  Leading Indian designer name Sabyasachi ,  quirky designer Masaaba ,  jaapanese inspired Obataimu n a store worth seeing where one can see the kaarigars and machines through the glass .

Kala Ghoda is must a visit when in Mumbai .

Kalaghoda Art Festival

Kalaghoda Art Festival

Kalaghoda Art Festival

Kalaghoda Art Festival

At Kalaghoda Art Festival

At Kalaghoda Art Festival

Filter at Kalaghoda

Filter at Kalaghoda