When Riddhi Doshi first set foot on the plot that now hosts his clothing and jewelry brands, he had a clear plan in mind. “The place was in a very bad state initially; it had been closed for more than two years during the pandemic, “he said.” it has arrived safely, and it was worth the wait.
Spread over 1,600 square feet, the space perfectly reflects the designer’s personality – a marriage of charm and quirky with touches of heritage woven to perfection. A walk through the store offers a glimpse into the world of modern luxury with key elements that feel global while staying rooted in Indian design. From matte gray walls to bright, bold furniture, the commercial space was designed in line with Doshi’s philosophy of fashion and jewelry brands.
The large front door opens onto a space with black and white tiles that can be seen through a vibrant blue chandelier. Add warmth to the color palette, otherwise cool, there are clothes hangers with brass rods that carry Redefine basic collection that combines cheerful prints with comfortable but classic silhouettes.
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