Shopping for festive season in Delhi? Head to these exhibitions and pop-ups – Vogue India

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Come festive season, you dont really need to find another excuse to indulge in all your favourite things, whether its hanging out with your friends and family, fireworks, mithai or a whole lot of shopping. In fact, most families plan an annual shopping trip around this time to prep for all the upcoming festivitieswhich is probably why youll spot a number of exhibitions and pop-ups cropping up during this season too. If you live in Delhi, or are travelling there soon, weve curated an edit of all the places you need to visit for your retail fix, whether youre looking for clothes, jewellery, handicrafts or even home decor.

With over 300 exhibitors and 650 brands, the eighth edition of The Delhi Jewellery and Gem Fair will showcase everything from silver jewellery and diamonds to pearls and gemstones this year. As one of the most sought after exhibitions in the country, this is definitely the ideal platform to meet prime jewellers and suppliers, as well as importers and exporters.

When: Sep 28-30, 2019Where: Pragati Bhawan, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

If youre looking for the latest trends in prt and couture fashion, or shopping for accessories, home decor, or beauty and wellness products, this exhibition has it all. Organised and conceptualised by Ramola Bachchan, a renowned name in the exhibition industry, Runway Rising is showcasing collections from more than 130 Next Gen designers this year.

When: Sep 30, 2019Where: The Ashok Hotel, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

A one-of-a-kind shopping experience that lets you buy ethnic wear from various designers at outlet prices, Warehouse by Mudita is back with a massive trunk show. The pop-up will showcase the work of famed Indian designers such as Gauri & Nainika, Tarun Tahiliani and Anita Dongre, among others. The silhouettes will be at 70 per cent off, so we suggest you get there as early as you can to avail the offers.

When: Sep 30, 2019Where: The Grand, Nelson Mandela Marg, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

As you start blocking fates your calendar for all the parties and celebrations this festive, make sure youve put together a host of different looks for back-to-back events. At Diwali Fiesta, youll be able to do just that. Expect products ranging across apparel, footwear, bags, jewellery, home decor and more here.

When: Oct 4, 2019Where: Hyatt Regency, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

A fashion and lifestyle pop-up, you can find everything from festive outfits and accessories to home decor at discounted prices at The Sorbet Soiree. 45 designers, including Saburi, Musk Meadows, Amaltas and Summer by Priyanka Gupta, are showcasing this time.

When: Oct 11, 2019Where: Hyatt Regency, Diplomatic Enclave, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

An annual holiday market run by the Blind School Association, this one is the go-to place for a festive shopper. Theres not just apparel, home decor and accessories, but the fair also has food, entertainment and art to offer. The best part? The chocolates, diyas and candles are handmade by the visually impaired.

When: Oct 18-24, 2019Where: Blind School Relief Association, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, New Delhi

Needless to say, the India International Trade Fair is one of the most sought after fairs in the country this time of the year. Apart from a wide range of products including apparel, accessories, decor, footwear and cosmetics, it also plays host to a variety of books and handicraft collections.

When: Nov 14-27, 2019Where: Pragati Bhawan, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

If youre looking for a high-end, contemporary arcade, Khan Market is definitely the place to be. With a line-up of designer boutiques ranging across apparel, accessories and home decor, it has everything you'll need to update your festive wardrobe. Head to the Anita Dongre or Ritu Kumar stores, AM:PM by Ankur & Priyanka Modi, Anokhi or Fabindia to plan your festive looks, and style them with accessories from Amrapali and Amethyst by Rahul Popli, among others. And dont forget to visit Good Earth store for home decor gifting options too. For accessories, theres Amrapali and Amethyst by Rahul Popli among other brands. In case youre someone who likes to shop till you drop, there are plenty of restaurants and cafes to grab a quick post-shopping meal at too.

Where: Rabindra Nagar, New Delhi

An open-air craft bazaar, Dilli Haat is a must-visit shopping destination if youre in the capital. Featuring a wide array of handicrafts from artisans across the country, it offers everything from ethnic wear, bags, jewellery and footwear, to embroidered and woven fabrics, rugs, paintings and other home decor items. The stalls on display rotate every few days, so theres always more to look forward to. Dont miss out on the food plaza this season either.

Where: Sri Aurobindo Marg, Kidwai Nagar West, Kidwai Nagar, New Delhi

One of Delhis greenest and less-crowded patches, Santushti is loaded with a great collection of stores for ethnic wear and jewellery. The designer and apparel stores include Ranna Gill, Inchie Tape, Art Indus, Anokhi, Ogaan, Christina and more. Its a calm oasis if you need to be away from the city's hustle-bustle for a few hours to indulge in your festive shopping in peace.

Where: Panchsheel Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

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