India Today - - SIMPLY KOLKATA -

Dis­ap­pointed at not be­ing se­lected for a premier fash­ion event, de­signer Sneha Arora took to a new de­sign plat­form to find a dif­fer­ent av­enue. Copy Cat, her line of home dé­cor and per­sonal util­ity items was thus launched in De­cem­ber last year. It’s all about be­ing vin­tage here with items like yel­lowed pages of old books that come with funny one- lin­ers or in­spi­ra­tional quotes, en­cased in thick black frames and bows made with textile scraps. Retailing through Face­book and a host of on­line shop­ping por­tals, Sneha’s de­ci­sion to trade on­line has worked won­ders. Aim­ing to make art af­ford­able, Sneha’s retro frames con­tain­ing graphic prints with­out much or­na­men­ta­tion are quirky and dif­fer­ent. Other prod­ucts in her kitty in­clude note­books, purses, bot­tle lamps and cush­ion cov­ers with metal­lic prints. re­tail at cop­py­catin­dia@ gmail. com 600 to Rs 1,200 for wall art and Rs 350 for cush­ion cov­ers


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