India Today - - SIMPLY BANGALORE -

City- based en­tre­pre­neur Meghna was only 22 years old when she de­cided to open a store filled with all of her favourite things in life. 10 years later, the store is a big­ger suc­cess than she had ever imag­ined. It’s where Ban­ga­lore’s students and young adults, the fash­ion for­ward and the oh- so- bo­hemian go to get the lat­est ‘ in’ look. At present, Lev­i­tate stocks works by 35 young de­sign­ers from across the coun­try. Also on sale are framed posters of old iconic Bol­ly­wood films, or­ganic cot­ton T- shirts that have been hand painted by out of work cinema bill­board artists and re­stored an­tique jew­ellery. There are wal­lets made out of re­cy­cled te­tra packs, ter­ra­cotta jew­ellery, joo­tis and printed bags. The hap­haz­ard dis­play isn’t a mess, in­stead it is rather invit­ing and vi­brant. It ex­udes an en­ergy and sprit that seems to be an ex­ten­sion of the owner’s per­son­al­ity— young, vivia­cious and very In­dian. 50 on­wards for a pair of ear­rings

Mez­za­nine floor, 100ft. Bou­tique Res­tau­rant, Indira Na­gar, Ban­ga­lore



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