GRASSHOP­PER

India Today - - SIMPLY BANGALORE -

Lo­cated on the out­skirts of Ban­ga­lore, Grasshop­per makes the hour long drive to Ban­nerghatta worth­while with its col­lec­tion of cloth­ing de­signed by de­sign­ers, as well as a fine diner. Lo­cated on a fam­ily farm, the setup is the brain­child of Hi­man­shu Dimri and Sonali Sat­tar, who also op­er­ate the fine din­ing res­tau­rant on the prop­erty by the same name. Hid­den Har­mony is the cou­ple’s own brand of cloth­ing that they re­tail at the store along with a few other de­sign­ers whose cre­ations have a sim­i­lar sen­si­bil­ity— of clean lines, com­fort­able fits and im­mensely ver­sa­tile gar­ments. Some of the other cloth­ing la­bels on of­fer are Joe Ikareth and Savio Jon. Apart from this, Grasshop­per is also a great place to pick up de­signs by up­com­ing city- based and in­ter­na­tional de­sign­ers. Look for shoes by Goa- based Ed­win Pinto, stoles made by Ban­ga­lore- based textile de­signer Julie Kagti, jew­ellery by Swiss de­signer Nadja Lokschin and leather bags by Kris, and more. Also on of­fer are some unique pieces of sil­ver jew­ellery. So head to Grasshop­per to pick up ac­ces­sories, clothes— all of them be­ing of a con­tem­po­rary mould.

Rs 1,800 on­wards for shoes by Ed­win Pinto to Rs 20,000 for jew­ellery by Nadja Lokschin

45, Kalena Agra­hara, Ban­nerghatta Road, Ban­ga­lore

26593999; grasshop­per. in

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