A definitive benchmark in the realm of haute couture, 2nd edition of the lifestyle show – ‘Hidden Treasures’ promises to showcase everything from runway magic to unique weaves of India, designs, Victorian jewelry and much more to the people of Udaipur.

After the grand success of last year’s show the 2nd edition would be a delight for shoppers. This 2-day extravaganza will exhibit pret & couture clothing, jewelry, bags, artifacts, paintings, home décor, home linen, children wear and much more.

Curators and conceptualiser, Richa Singh and Saloni Bhandari believe that every piece of clothing, jewelry or footwear you wear tells a story. The duo have worked closely with some of the most rare and unique labels from across the country and will present their rare and bespoke creations at the show.

A few years ago, both of them came up with the idea of ‘Hidden Treasures’ after they realised, there is a huge space in the market for everything that’s handmade and represents the Indian art. Their common vision helped them discover and reach out to regional artists like Padma Shri Awardee M. Tayeb khan from Jodhpur, who’s known for his regal tie and dye work on sarees and turbans.

With an experience of 15+ years wrapped with the hope of artisans, these women decided to dig up a promising business for the dying art and craft of our country. Today from textiles to weaves and from dyes to every other hand technique; both Saloni and Richa make extra efforts to display these ‘Hidden Treasures’ under one roof, so that a larger audience can have an access to them. The 2-day exhibition is sure to amaze you with, perhaps, a 300-year-old history behind underground indie brands. Hidden Treasures will be held at the Hotel Lakend, Udaipur on 21 and 22 April.

While you shop, the dedicated team at hidden treasures pledges not to let you drop! they will taking care of your hunger with organic food brands along with many other famous food chains from across India and not to forget the lip-smacking food court. excited? then save the date!

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