Hey, how come all the fashion action seems to have shifted to Delhi these days? Fret not, LFW will bring it all back to Bombay soon enough :) But for now everyone in Vogue is off to the capital (beware the Commonwealth Games traffic!) for Fashion’s Night Out on Friday September 10th at DLF Emporio Mall from 6pm to Midnight. The global celebration of things all girls love (i.e. shopping and fashion) takes place across 16 countries this year, masterminded by Vogue internationally, offering a very special shopping experience with unique offers, discounts, personal appearances by celebrities, lucky draws, and one-off activities. As Alex Kuruvilla, Managing Director, Condé Nast India puts it, “We at Vogue India are excited about being a part of this gigantic global fashion project that brings together the industry and fashion lovers all over the world. See you at Fashion’s Night Out.” Dang I’ll be in Goa, but here’s what’s up for grabs!
Limited-edition Manish Arora and Rajesh Pratap Singh T-shirts specially designed for this year’s Fashion’s Night Out priced at 500rs.
Buy a lucky draw ticket for 500rs and get gifts worth 50,000rs.
Luxury bags for an exclusive sale. Vogue’s celebrity friends have donated their favourite luxury bags and shoppers can purchase them at a fraction of their original price!
Limited-edition designer products up for grabs for one night only at Vogue’s pop up store, specially created for Fashion’s Night Out.
Walk the ramp for Tarun Tahiliani. India’s leading designer will handpick 10 gorgeous girls to walk the ramp at Fashion’s Night Out.
Unlimited excitement awaits as over 65 of India’s favourite designer brands roll out the red carpet – fashion shoot at Louis Vuitton, a sneak-peak at the new ‘My Ferragamo’ range of footwear, Tod’s Shopping G Bag with a personalized FNO tag, a fabulous 20% discount at Versace. Watch out for the world’s longest embroidered saree by Suneet Verma.
Feel-good fashion. Profits from the sales will go to Women IndiaBUILDS – a Habitat for Humanity’s initiative that allows women with means from around the world to help women in need in India.
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