Wednesday 28, Oct 2020, Delhi (India)
One of the ancient cities of the town; Mehrauli has metamorphosed into a chic site to shop for wedding and festivals. Mehrauli is located in the southern part of Delhi, India. It has become one of the well-known and recognized locations when it comes to history and fashion. It assimilates historical fashion cultures with lots of modifications. The noted Archeological Park, Mehrauli’s street market and famed designer houses make it more fascinating. Gradually, it is turning into another small fashion hub in India which reflects the latest women’s fashion and latest fashion trends.
The UNESCO’s world heritage site; ‘Qutub Minar’ situated nearby makes it even more acknowledgeable. Another highlight of this place is the Archeological Park which is spread out across 200 acres adjacent to Qutub Minar and the Qutub Complex.
Reaching Mehrauli is not a mystery, as it touches the lines of public transport along with private cars. The bus numbers 517, 519, 534 534A are the best suited to travel by bus. There is a yellow line metro facility with its closest station ‘Qutub Minar’, 5 minutes away from Mehrauli. The other metro stations are Lado Sarai and DTC Lado Sarai Terminal which are just a few minutes away too.
Designers at Mehrauli
The small fashion hub in Mehrauli subsumes palatial design houses along with street shops. latest women’s fashion trends which comprise of bridal wear, lehengas, sequined gowns, flowy skirts, embroidered jumpsuits and accessories are all stored into the vintage houses of the designers here. The famous Kalka Das Marg of the Mehrauli area is the renowned designer street, from multi designer stores like Carma to expansive complexes such as Ambavatta and One Style Mile make it a wedding, party and occasion wear hub.
|1||Manish Malhotra||Haute Couture|
|2||Rimple and Harpreet Narula||Bridal wear designer|
|3||Tarun Tahiliani||Bridal and Couture|
|4||Anamika Khanna||Ready to wear and bridal|
|6||Reynu Taandon||Indian Wear|
|7||Dolly J||Bridal and Couture|
|8||Nitin Bal Chauhan||Ready to wear and Indian Wear|
|9||Varun Bahl||Ready to Wear and Bridal Wear|
|10||Gaurav Gupta||Haute Couture|
|11||Falguni Shane Peacock||Haute Couture|
|12||Soltee By Sulakshna Monga||Ready to Wear and Bridal Wear|
|13||Anita Dongre||Bridal Wear, Luxury Wear and Ready to Wear|
|14||Rahul Mishra||Haute Couture and Ready to Wear|
|15||Amit Aggarwal||Haute Couture, Ready to Wear and Resort Wear|
|16||Pankaj & Nidhi||Bridal Wear and Ready to Wear|
|17||Rohit Bal||Bridal Wear and Ready to Wear|
|18||Rabani & Rakha||Bridal Wear|
The designer dominated area provides enough options of shopping with luxury. Take a stop and dine at the Olive Bar or the Grammar Room and enjoy every bit of the pampering they have to offer. The luxurious budgets of wedding and trousseau make you roam around this place where the designers display their latest and surreal collection. Many designers from the fashion industry have opened their flagship stores in Mehrauli, recreating this place into a fashion hub for all. Stepping into the designer area be ready to shell out anything between Price = 35,000 to 15 Lacs INR
On the flip side, the narrow lanes of this place are also filled with small shops that display the latest women’s fashion and men’s fashion like t-shirts, shirts, sherwani, jackets, saris, juttis, and dupatta; All starting from Price = 250 to 2500 INR This bazaar perfectly fits for your wedding and festival shopping under the low budget. You can find the following in the street market:
I Knock Fashion provides you an insight into Mehrauli, a small town that has become a shopping paradise for the bride and groom to choose from a luxury affair for the special day. Also, women’s fashion is best displayed with a lot of designer options.