Monday, May 16, 2016

Bloom City - Phoenix Marketcity Kurla


Hello there :D

I am going to try and be very active on the blog too like I am on my socials. If you happen to follow me on Instagram and Snapchat you would have seen my pictures from Phoenix Market City, Kurla. I recently shot a look from Satya Paul, you can find them below.







Scarf - Satya Paul, Jeans - Arabella,
Heels - Lifestyle

Dublin Square is a very fancy setting inside the mall that gives you a very vacationing abroad vibe. It's quite calming and pretty which is why I couldn't help but shoot all of my looks there! Pictures will be coming soon ;)

At Phoenix Marketcity, they believe in reinvention, progressive fashion & inspiration which is why this Spring/Summer season, they are showcasing their beliefs by setting up an experience called #BloomCity. The attempt was to create a selfie city with installations and floral tributes to some of the maestro painters including Monet, Van Gogh, Frida Kahlo and more. They've put in real effort to offer something new this season. 

You can expect to see this season’s best collection from 600+ retailers, exciting offers on fine dining, a whole new take on fragrance architecture and most of all - a unique “floral” journey. I shot with few of the installations at the mall and the pictures sure please my eyes! If you happen to visit Phoenix Market City anytime soon, don't forget to visit the installation space. I'm sure you'll end up clicking a few pictures and do tag them as they'd love to see it!







See you soon,
Riya Jain

5 comments:

  1. Love your blogging style! Website could have been better. :)

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  2. Great display! I must go and check it out for myself. Really like the Satya Paul crop top, too

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  3. Riyaaa you look stunning in Satya Paul's look. Loved the display and how your outfits complimented it.

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  4. Riyaaa you look stunning in Satya Paul's look. Loved the display and how your outfits complimented it.

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  5. Intresting that's pretty cool

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