Costume drama Delhi has a new festival. Spooks were not always celebrated with theme parties and edgy outfits, reports HT Correspondent.fashion and trends Updated: Oct 30, 2009 22:47 IST
The expats in Chanakyapuri are dictating the dress code in the rest of Delhi as Chinese products (read: scary stuff) are entering local markets.
Kriti Creations (we went to the one in Khan Market), best known for selling Feng Shui bric-a-brac, has an impressive range of Halloween get-ups.
The ritual of trick-or-treat may not be common in our parts, but you might change your mind after browsing through the pile of, well, butchered arms and legs (Rs 300-400), eyeball-goggles with veins popping out (Rs 120), and skeleton costumes (Rs 1,200). Think Addams Family.
Here are some Halloween parties you could go to wearing these.
At some of your local haunts
The Living Room Cafe, Hauz khas:
FREE DRINKS for everyone dressed appropriately for the occasion,
Saturday, October 31 at 8:00pm
The Lalit, Barakhamba Road:
Cover charge is Rs.1,500/couple
Rs.1,000/Stag (redeemable at the bar)
Olive at the Qutub: One Style Mil
Event: A Halloween/Dias de Los Muertos Celebration - 31st Oct
“Open to all Living and Dead”
Start Time: 31 October at 21:30
End Time: 01 November at 02:00
Tapas at Lodhi: Aman Hotel, Saturday October 31st, 9 pm onwards
For reservations, call 4363 3412. Entry above 25 years only.
9 pm till 5 am with Entry free for couples till 11 pm, entry free for couples dressed in black;
buy 2 shots get one free
Dress code: Spooky, free shots for those who stick to the code strictly
Q’BA: Wizards and witches nights at
E 42/43, Middle Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110 001
Ivy, New Friends Colony
Highlights: ‘coffin with dead body,
tunnel with spider webs and smoke machine’; 9 pm onwards
Rs 2,000 per couple inclusive tax