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April 16, 2019

Palam Silks to open at Musiri Subramaniam Road, Mylapore on April 17

Palam Silks to open at Musiri Subramaniam Road, Mylapore on April 17

Palam Silks will be opening its new store on Musiri Subramaniam Road, Mylapore on April 17 at 10 a.m. This evening, the arrangements were on for the inauguration. The entrance was decorated with white artificial flowers. A big led board […]

April 16, 2019

Summer sale at Tulika Bookstore

Summer sale at Tulika Bookstore

  Tulika Bookstore is having ‘the Hot Summer Sale’ till end of May. A 20% discount is offered on all Tulika publications for 0 to 14 year olds, at the store.

April 16, 2019

Organic ‘Zerowaste’ store opens in Mylapore

Organic 'Zerowaste' store opens in Mylapore

Ecoindian, a organic zerowaste store, has launched its second store after Adyar in Mylapore. Ecoindian is focused on bringing organic farmers, artisans, self help groups who produce native eco-friendly products, directly in their store by eliminating middlemen.

April 10, 2019

Sale is on at Kimono designer boutique, Alwarpet

Sale is on at Kimono designer boutique, Alwarpet

Kimono, the designer boutique at Alwarpet is offering a 10% discount for all clothes on its second anniversary. A discount of 40% is available for the kurtis in the first floor of this store. The boutique offers a variety of […]

April 5, 2019

EVENTS AHEAD: shopping, workshops, music and more

EVENTS AHEAD: shopping, workshops, music and more

SHOPPING ECO-FRIENDLY GARMENTS Matkatus, a designer brand for eco-friendly Indian crafts, handloom and hand-crafted textiles is exhibiting garments in natural fibers – cotton, linen, silk cotton & silk. Ƒeaturing Pochampally & Odisha Ikats, Ajrak, Kalamkari, Bandhani, Leheriya, block prints – […]

March 30, 2019

Handcrafted products by differently abled people, on sale

Handcrafted products by differently abled people, on sale

Sangamam, a workplace for differently abled adults, is organising an exhibition and sale of products handcrafted by children and adults with special needs. The centre is an initiative of the Sarva Mangala Vihar Trust and this is their second event. […]

March 22, 2019

Exhibition of revived heritage saris: March 22 & 23

Exhibition of revived heritage saris: March 22 & 23

Vimor, a sari store from Bengaluru, is exhibiting a range of old saris and designs that have been revived along with silk and cotton handloom saris, at Alwarpet this weekend. Vimor was established in 1974 by Chimy Nanjappa and her […]

March 18, 2019

Palam Silks to open a new store, in Mylapore

Palam Silks is all set to open its fourth Chennai store which is the second store in Mylapore. This new store is located on Luz Road and is all set to open its doors on April 1. The second store, which […]

March 17, 2019

Co-Optex saris retail pop-up at this Alwarpet store

Co-Optex saris retail pop-up at this Alwarpet store

Ashvita is exhibiting a whole new range of saris by Co-optex with a blend of both classical and contemporary. These products have been woven by the skilled weavers of Dindigul, Salem, Paramakudi, Manamedu and Kancheepuram clusters. The common theme in […]

March 8, 2019

EVENTS AHEAD: Shopping, workshops, entertainment and more

SHOPPING SARIS POP UP Ashvita Fine Living Store in Alwarpet is hosting Chaani, for a two-day retail pop-up exhibition featuring handblock printed cotton sarees, Ikkat sarees, handwoven cotton,  handloom Andhra cotton sarees and Kota cotton sarees. Till March 9, 10 […]

March 7, 2019

Reusable steel and bamboo straws now available at Goli Soda, Alwarpet

Reusable steel and bamboo straws now available at Goli Soda, Alwarpet

Goli Soda, a store at Bawa Road, Alwarpet that sells eco-friendly and upcycled products has recently introduced steel straws. “People are keen on buying these steel straws after the plastic ban. The bamboo straws and the scrubs made of coconut coir […]

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