Organised by Ameet Uberoi, the Christmas Extravaganza will showcase a mix of Eastern and Western brands to raise funds for the Be Kind Movement, a registered charity whose vision is to empower disadvantaged and underprivileged women and children in the UK and India through Acts of Kindness. Whether physical aid, financial assistance or training for behavioural change, their aim is to enable grass root initiatives to be successfully implemented giving every woman and child the opportunity to lead a dignified and fulfilling life.
The following brands have been selected to take part in the Christmas Extravaganza.
buymywardrobe is a designer fashion resale company where the UK's chicest women sell their luxury designer wardrobes.
buymywardrobe will be showcasing an edited selection of preloved designer party dresses and heels alongside cosy knitwear and handbags. Labels ranging from Alaia and Alexander McQueen to Isabel Marant and Celine.
Belgravia Gallery is run by a mother and daughter, Anna Hunter and Laura Walford. Established in 1986, it has launched artwork by HRH The Prince of Wales and Nelson Mandela and raised millions of pounds for their charities in the process. The gallery works with many established and emerging artists and has a strong emphasis on art for charity, having built several schools in Tamil Nadu.
Belgravia Gallery will be featuring artworks primarily by HRH The Prince of Wales and Nelson Mandela.
Chahat Mon Desir
Chahat is a luxury jewellery brand founded in 2004 by Tina Uberoi, a qualified gemmologist. Chahat create and hand-craft adaptable jewellery with a style that lasts beyond the next generation; bold or elegant pieces that make a statement. Great emphasis is placed on creativity, quality and perfection; using only natural materials including pearls, precious and semi-precious stones.
Chahat will be showcasing a selection of their ready to wear jewellery collections at the event, and launching their stoles and handbags fashioned from quality materials.
Zevar was formed in 2015, with a view to showcasing the traditional metal and stone craftsmanship techniques that are unique to India. Zevar’s handcrafted silver jewellery by artisans based in remote villages is adorned with semi-precious stones. The jewellery is inspired by the vibrant colours that are used in Indian folk art, colourful Indian textiles and prints, and hand painted tiles and pottery. Inspired by elements from Rajasthan, colours from nature and a refined minimalistic aesthetic,
Zevar has a distinct signature that compliments both classic and modern style. They have been showcasing their recent collections at the British museum shop since January this year.
Vashti Collections was founded in 2014 by Gurpreet Matharu.
Vashti will be showcasing gowns and anarkalis embroidered with intricately delicate and beautiful stone and thread work, on a canvas of vibrant materials.
Zumruduanka is a luxury brand established by sisters Nimet and Kiymet Ulubay. Their collections of lingerie, loungewear and accessories are fashioned from fine materials such as crystal, satin, silk, lace, pearls, feathers and accents of gold.
Zumruduanka will be mainly showcasing tops, skirts and night gowns made from embroidered lace.
Albermarie Suite, Grosvenor House, Park Lane, W1K 7TN
Monday 28th November 2016 11am-9pm