Purvaai’s Autumn Winter collection launch at Top Drawer Autumn, 2012

We’ve just wrapped up all the frenzy of post trade show activity like booking orders, making sure the supply chain is handling the demand and toasting to the most successful showing till date! Exhibiting at Top Drawer Autumn 2012 was a very wise decision in retrospect despite all the drama before and during the show – what with some of the samples arriving the day before AND our stand having no walls to it. See how the trade show progressed in pictures. Here is how the stand looked like at the end of the setting-up.

Top Drawer Autumn 2012 stand

Here’s what we had to say about our participation in the trade show and our brand new collections.

Apart from all the serious stuff, we made some fab friends with our neighbors at the trade show. They all are enterprising entrepreneurs, with some fantastic products and great big smiles! Thanks for making all the effort so much fun!

Odd Co

Odd co – they make the grooviest cases for e-readers, i-phones – very cool

Matt from Buddha Board

Matt from Buddha Board – a really relaxing way of doodling – and no paint mess to clear after

Karenza

Karenza of Karenza & Co – we’ve crossed path at both trade shows this year – so feels like we are on the journey together

Potina Vuyisa

Potina Vuyisa – a South African ceramic artist with the widest smile ever and the most gorgeous products

And finally us, feeling quite chuffed with the whole experience! We will be at Top Drawer Autumn 2013….hope to see all our friends again and wishing them the very best till then!

LtoR – Tarangini, Priya and Sonali

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About Purvaai Home Decor

Purvaai, which means ‘Winds from the East’ in the ancient language Sanskrit, explores and reflects the diversity of Indian art and craft, its cultural influences and a plethora of relationships, which nurture creativity and ingenuity. The range of Indian handicrafts is as diverse as the sub-continent itself. At Purvaai, we aim to share the knowledge about these ancient crafts and create an awareness and appreciation of many of the lesser-known techniques. Our unique designs largely use locally sourced natural fabrics, handcrafted textiles and traditional Indian embroidery techniques. Our product range, which includes cushions, throws and bedspreads, will enliven your home through exquisite art-like designs. The designs are not only reminiscent of vibrant India but also resonate with all the elegance of modern Indian design.

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