Good Earth hosts Ryoko Haraguchi at Khan Market store
Fashion and lifestyle business Good Earth recently held a dedicated showcase for Japanese textile designer Ryoko Haraguchi’s latest collection, ‘Sind’, at its store in Khan Market, New Delhi.
Good Earth is known for its modern take on Indian heritage design and partners with numerous brands for its online and brick-and-mortar stores. The business recently showcased a range of voluminous tunics and dresses by Ryoko Haraguchi to blend Japanese and Indian textile techniques, Good Earth announced on Facebook.
“Good Earth welcomes you to an exclusive preview of ‘Sind’ by avant-garde textile designer Ryoko Haraguchi- a collection of easy wardrobe classics that blend Indian textiles with Japanese dyeing techniques,” Good Earth announced on Facebook.
As pandemic retail restrictions have been scaled back to a minimum, Good Earth has been able to restart its events schedule. Last month, Good Earth partnered with Sanjay Garg’s brand Raw Mango for a festive event at the latter’s store in Lodhi Colony and also held a festive clothing fair at its own store in Khan Market.
The business has also launched a range of cashmere stoles by accessories brand Ezma online and at its Khan Market store. The range features a selection of classic hues and the stoles are coated in an antiviral coating ‘ViralOff’.
Other recent launches include a line of handcrafted cufflinks by Kesya and silver-plated Christmas ornaments by Good Earth’s own brand.
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