Being a Pakistani, I can’t be more proud of The Crafters Guild and Firefly to arrange events like “Bohemian Crunch”. Events like these showcase the true colors of our entrepreneurs, who are capable of reaching international markets. Bohemian Crunch presents the best crafters of our country and nothing makes me happier to see our people filled with unlimited creativity and talent. Our hard working crafters get full opportunity and exposure through these events and I am really glad to be their supporting partner for the 2nd time. Bohemian Crunch was held on 5th March’17 at Royal Rodale Club, Karachi with some amazing crafters on board. Vogue Amour brings you some of the highlights of the event along with my shopping haul.
Firefly and Food For Your Face:
These brands belong to the superwoman Varah, who is the pretty face behind the Bohemian Craft Fair. She has some amazingly beautiful customized stuff such as notebook, badges, magnets, etc.
Also, her much-loved brand Food for your face has an enormous variety of natural skin care products which includes my new obsession “The charcoal and mud mask”. She also has introduced some newbies to her skincare range which are making rounds of social media these days.
la Vie En Rose:
The most beautiful corner of the show was taken over by La Vie En Rose where they showcased their unbelievably jaw-dropping handmade paintings. Nothing could compliment our houses better than their paintings.
A brand who make traditional handmade jewelry to keep our culture and traditions alive.
One of my favorite brands who has introduced wire jewelry in Pakistan. Trust me their designs will leave you awestruck.
This brand is a true lover for all my hijabi sisters. Foroohar has a huge variety of different hand painted scarves with different materials to suit your preferences.
U & I by Aneesa Unas:
A brand which is worth every penny. Aneesa has been my favorite and she designs pieces which are no less than a designer masterpiece.
Ghazal Pirzada Creative Studio:
The ultimate brand for customization. A stall full of cute little things that too in the most reasonable prices. Loved their creativity and talent.
A brand promoting silver pieces of jewels and decoration.
Now time for my haul:
We actually bought four dresses from Basanti Traditional Wear. I can’t even express how much I loved each and every piece by them. The primary purpose of buying their dresses was due to the Indian Banarsi touch to them and absolutely loved the Mughal embroidery on of the dresses we bought.
And here’s our lip smackers by Queen Of Tarts.
This stall had all the mouth-watering stuff and exactly the perfect desserts you need after exhaustion of shopping endlessly and put a cherry on top to your day. My family and I actually bought a lot of stuff from them to fulfill our cravings. Loved their gooey Nutella brownies and my tiny cousins loved the cupcakes. Thank you, Queen Of Tarts for putting our day to a perfect end 😀
So yeah, that’s a wrap up for the event and those who missed it, actually did miss a lot by not shopping from this fun-filled and unbelievable beautiful brands and those who attended know how lucky they were. But anyways, no need to be sad as soon The Crafters Guild will be coming up with their new exhibition in July 😀 Tada!