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GANESHA COMING GREEN THIS SEASON…

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Now you can get designer label, recently showcased at Lakme Fashion Week, at The Bombay Store, PM Rd

Sabha Khan’s latest androgynous ensemble is in deep purple, olives, beige and checkered linens. Her collection has simple cuts & designs that reflect the simplicity and virtue of the lives of the indispensable Darzis. Her collection exhibits an array of designs, palettes and texture. Sabha showcased this unique collection at the recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week Winter/ Festive 2011.

You can grab these exquisite designer wear at The Bombay Store outlets, PM Road, Fort, Mumbai.

What’s new at The Bombay Store?

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the BPP review

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Ganpati Bappa Morya- Make your favorite festival special with The Bombay Store

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Other wide range of Ganpatis also available only at The Bombay Store.

What’s Up – Bangalore

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The Bombay Store ties up with Sabah Khan – young designer to showcase her latest collection at LFW

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The Bombay Store presents Sabah Khan’s latest

‘Darzi’ collection

For the 1st time the store will retail exclusive designer label

 

 The Bombay Store, house of contemporary lifestyle products has collaborated with Sabah Khan, the exuberant young designer to merchandise her latest collection titled ‘Darzi’. Sabah’s new collection is inspired by the traditional ‘Darzi’. The talented designer known for her bold & experimental designs draws her inspiration from the life of Mumbai and has received rave reviews for her previous collections. With the view to offer exclusive designer wear to its patrons The Bombay Store will exclusively house Sabah Khan’s chic collection. 

 The Bombay Store epitomizes Indian panache which blends well with Sabah’s collection reflecting the life of the Indian ‘darzi’. The Bombay Store already offers a wide range of Indianised products and the latest designer collection will only up its repertoire of offerings. The collection will also appeal to the young and contemporary customers.

 For the first time ever, The Bombay Store will house exclusive designer label at its store. The collection comprises of kalidaars, lehengas, blazers, shirts, tunics, cigarette pants, wide leg pants, umbrella pants, short dresses etc. The collection has motifs of the scissor, sewing machine, needle-thread, hangers and a range of androgynous looking garments.

 Sabah’s latest androgynous ensemble is in deep purple, olives, beige and checkered linens. Her collection has simple cuts & designs that reflect the simplicity and virtue of the lives of the indispensable Darzis. Her collection exhibits an array of designs, palettes and texture. Sabah Khan’s unique collection will be showcased at the finale of Lakme Fashion Week Winter/ Festive 2011.

Sale Time @The Bombay Store

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Ganpati Bappa Morya- Make your favourite festival special with The Bombay Store

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The Ganesha festival is a time when streets bustle with devotees and merry-makers. The Bombay Store ushers in the festival with everything required to make your festival special – starting from the widest range of Ganesha idols to all your requirements for decorating your home in festive colours.

Begin your shopping with a special edition of eco-friendly Ganesha idols, specially crafted by traditional craftsmen. The Bombay Store’s eco-friendly Ganesha range is an expression of its commitment to preserve the environment for future generations.

The Bombay Store offers the widest variety of Ganesha idols made from a variety of natural materials – Terracotta Ganesha idols from Karnataka, Softstone or Soapstone Ganesha idols from Orissa, traditional idols carved in Whitewood from Rajasthan and Sandalwood from Karnataka. The collection also includes intricately carved Ganesha idols in Brass from Moradabad and traditional and elaborately styled handcrafted and painted idols in Resin. Ganesha paintings on canvas and silk, frames made with Paper Mache and lazer cut Wood and enamelled paintings of the idol on copper will ensure that the lovable elephant God always blesses your home with his presence.

These frames and paintings also make wonderful gifts for your family and friends.

The Bombay Store offers a wide range of accessories to decorate your home – handmade Torans, twinkling Fairy Lights, rich Bed and Table Linen along with hand-painted and decorated Puja Thalis, Chowkis, Diyas and colourful Lanterns will ensure your home looks new and vibrant for the festival. Fill your home with the aroma of auspicious Sandalwood by burning the special hand-rolled Incense Sticks and handmade Aromatic Candles.

Rakhi Collection…

 

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