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Hindustan Times Kalaghoda Art Festival (HTKGAF) 2015 was truly a kaleidoscope of events that brought alive the rich culture of art in Mumbai, in all forms! We at Red Polka (www.redpolka.com) took a spin on the art part and brought to you an uber facet of the festival by trying to make shopping easier for you at KGAF ’15! Here are a few chosen ones, we loved on our KGAF haul!
1) We loved the bag and cushion covers at the Masala Works stall! The brand creates unique, exciting and interesting home decor products and fashion accessories.
2) The Graphicurry Artwork Stall brought forth a unique form of authentic art, hand drawn digital caricatures.
3) At the Sylvn Studio stall we were delighted by the fabulous handcrafted home decor accents and furniture. All their products are made from recycled paper, wood and hand painted to create a unique texture and design. They combine fine craftsmanship and luxury with utility, durability and environmental friendliness.
4) Mitan Handicraft‘s stall brought back the old day charm of traditional Indian board games! This on featured here is the game of Pacchisi.
5) Artnlight presented a range of trays, cushions, and boxes, but their new line of circular metal trays with wooden decoupage base were truly beautiful.
6)Arishi Studio, based in Ahmedabad launched the brand in the KGAF. We loved their collection of hand embroidered saris, lehangas, anarkali suits, dupattas, jackets, skirts, blouses, bags and a very recent addition Handcrafted Textile Jewlery.
7) Chakli Home Decor’s stall welcomed all with their vibrant line of handmade string lights and hangings!
8) The sculptured figurine of Ganpati resting and beating the KGAF heat was totally enchanting at Cisa Design Stall.
9) As art filled the air at the festival, we loved yet another brand, For D’ Love Of Art, which turned handpainted art works into digital art and then adopting these designs in their garments.
10) One brand which has become a second name to KGAF, stall by Anup Arun Mastakar. His hand painted watches and ties will totally entice you, and force you to buy at least one of the handmade neck-pieces.
11) One last brand we have always loved, House Of Taamara– Bangalore. With their range of sarees, blouses, tunics and jewelry, the stall managed to keep the crowd coming.