Ramadan Shopping Festival to celebrate Islamic ethnic wear at second edition
The Ramadan Shopping Festival will take place in Mumbai from April 26 to 28 to promote Islamic ethnic wear and act as a one-stop-shop ahead of Ramadan.
Following on from its debut edition, the Ramadan Shopping Festival will return to Mumbai this weekend. Richardson and Cruddas will host the shopping event in Byculla, Mumbai, and the free event is open to all ahead of the Ramadan period.
The event will have a focus on fashion and will include Islamic designers from across India. The event has over 200 exhibitors this year and expects over 20,000 visitors over the three day period, according to its social media.
Designers and brands that exhibited at the previous edition included Shabab Menswear, Hadharami Thobe, Traditsiya Fashions, JKC General Trading Co, Taqua Jewellers, and Bottoms Up by Sayu Vaki. This edition, hijabs, shalwar kameez, burqa, kurtis, Dubai abaya, suits, and churidars will all feature and the event aims to promote Islamic fashion.
The event will also feature entertainment, raffles, and food products as well as authorised travel agencies to help visitors organise Haj and Umrah tours. The event has a business to customer focus but is also designed to facilitate networking between companies.
This year, Ramadan will take place from May 5 to June 4.
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