A Sunday well spent brings a week of content. This Sunday I attended a pop up event at Moor Park Golf – Orangery. The Opulence of Diwali is a luxury pop up shop event hosted by Deevara Jewels. With the festive season just around the corner, The Opulence of Diwali, had a collection of local brands with a unique combination of traditional and contemporary designs in accessories and fashion garments. There is something special about the festive season with the happiness in air, gift giving and families uniting. It is that time of the year when you go back to your roots and celebrate the festivities with your near and dear ones. Festivals are always incomplete without dressing up in traditional attire and enjoying the merriment. The pop up event curated by Deevara was just perfect place to be to start festive shopping.
It was a two day event held over the weekend, 24th and 25th of September, at the beautiful grounds of the Moor Park Mansion at The Orangery. It is a magnificent venue with enormous grounds and a mansion. The venue is a popular choice for several business events, weddings, seminars, product launches and so on. The unique artwork, historical architecture and stunning grounds made it a beautiful venue for the pop up event.Deevara Jewels collaborated with several local brands like Charmi Creations, Jyoti Chandhok, Chahat Mon Désir, Aarsim, Zafran Couture, The Far East Art Studio, Bubbles Jewelry, Sanskara Designs, Shermin and DesiKarigars over the course of two days and showcased a healthy mix of contemporary to traditional wear.
I happened to visit the event on Sunday and had a gala time meeting all the brands and leaning about the key features of what makes each of them different.
Zafran Couture brings the best of Kashmir to the UK. On the day they offered a stunning collection of handicrafts like pashmina, homespun silks, delicate papier maché artifacts and more which are great for gifting purpose.
Deevara Jewels as a brand has a passion for glitter and glamour which reflects in their collection of exquisite Indo-Fusion ranges. On the day they had beautiful luxury semi-precious stoned jewelry that makes a statement, no matter when you wear them. The pieces are intricate, traditional, bold and perfect for any event especially Navratri, Karva Chauth and Diwali. The brand has a unique design offering and heir pieces are a fusion of classic and contemporary styles, which breaks the monotony in your outfits and makes the pieces very appealing.
Aarsim a brand which offers a range of handcrafted bags and clutches with fine cut crystals, rich beadwork and Indian embroideries like Zardosi.
Jyoti Chandok showcased gorgeous collection of sarees, embroidered kurtas, shawls and more. The outfits were ethnic with elegant handcraftsmanship. Her work depicts the best of both worlds, as it reflects the traditional designs and crafts work with a modern touch which makes her apparels classy and timeless.
Bold Accessories are a woman’s armor, and Chahat Mon Desir showcased a lovely collection of pearl jewelry and agate jewelry, which are handmade in UK. The designs are so stylish and versatile that they can be a part of anyone’s wardrobe.
Charmi Creations, collection on the day incorporated a unique style which chic cuts, high quality fabric and innovative styling which makes the tailor made pieces stand out.
The Far East Art Studio portrays various art forms from India, Nepal and Bangladesh. From the best of silks to the best of cottons, they had a diverse collection of sarees and accessories which.
Shermin on the stand had a tasteful collection of casual and semi-formal ensembles, which were quirky yet fashionable and suitable for most occasions.
It was a truly festive experience filled with a lot of glitter, glamour and style. A Sunday well spent, thanks to Deevara Jewels.