Luxe lover’s night out
Luxury bags at a steal, designer merchandise and offers galore; the Vogue Fashion Night Out (FNO) promises to be a shopper’s delightfashion and trends Updated: Sep 05, 2011 01:54 IST
This is the time of the year for devoted lovers of fashion. The global fashion season has just begun and style watchers are updating their wardrobes with the ‘it’ trends of the season.
For a slice of a similar fashion fervour, visit the Vogue Fashion Night Out (FNO) that will be held in the Capital on September 10, 2011 at the DLF Emporio Mall.
Anaita Shroff Adajania, Fashion Director, Vogue India says, “FNO is the greatest fashion event — the ultimate retail therapy, with bargains and surprises galore.” Here are other ten reasons why you should be there at FNO.
Shopper’s delight: There will be luxury brands, both international and Indian, doling out lucrative offers.
Designer merchandise: Designers Manish Malhotra and Gaurav Gupta have designed T-shirts while Tarun Tahiliani has created a trendy tote. The T-shirts will retail for Rs 500 and tote bag for Rs 800.
Bag the deal: Over a hundred designer bags will go on sale at irresistible prices. The bags are luxury pieces donated by celebrities owners.
Custom-made fashion: There will be a pop-up store selling limited edition pieces from noted designers.
Classic touch: Another interesting initiative this year is The Shawl Project: 25 of India’s leading designers will turn the plain black shawl into a coveted sartorial object.
Subscriptions bag: Vogue has collaborated with designer Suneet Varma to create a limited-edition bag for new subscribers to be launched at the FNO.
Special edition products: Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo, ToyWatch, Ensemble, Porsche Design and Tod’s have created exclusive products.
Vogue Spotlight: Cheer the winners of the HT City-Vogue Spotlight talent hunt during their runway debut showcasing Raghavendra Rathore’s new line, Blue Mantra.
Wanna be a cover girl?: Channel your favourite celebrity and get yourself shot with a BMW 7 Series car against the Vogue cover by top photographers.
Shop for a cause: Proceeds from the initiatives will go to Habitat for Humanity’s Women IndiaBUILDS initiative.