RUCHITA BANSAL hosted an evening to unveil their new collection of IZHAAR for the coming season. “Izhaar” by Ruchita Bansal is one of the most well-known destinations in New Delhi when it comes to customized, luxury gifting solution: from wedding invitations, baby announcements, gift hampers, home accessories, sweet & savoury hampers, bespoke gift ideas and corporate gifts etc.

Ruchita & Anupam Bansal in association with Minica & Saurabh Garg of “Ekaani Delhi” hosted the evening for the preview of new collection at “Izhaar” studio in New Delhi at A -274 Bhishma Pitamah Marg, Defence Colony.

Fashion Designer Charu Parashar, Philanthropist Neelam Pratap Rudy, Nawab Kazim Ali of Rampur, Ramola Bacchan, Annie with Aashmeen Munjal, Jewellery Designer Pooja Juneja, Choreographer Rashmi Virmani, Designer Neeta Bhargava, Fashion Designer Gautam Gupta, Umesh with Meenakshi Dutt, Sonal Jindal, Choreographer Rashmi Virmani, Fashion Designer Preeti Ghai among others attended the evening.

The customization and personalization at “Izhaar” is sure to leave one spellbound! And since Ruchita strongly believes in the concept of reusability, each component of her creations comes with an attached utility quotient allowing the receiver to keep using her / his gift, bonded with the special memories it brings back.

The new collection unveiled consist of Victorian Collection, Padmavati Invite, Wheel of fortune, Telephone Dhun ‘Me Hasne Wali’ and Jewel Collection.

Each creation by Ruchita Bansal at “Izhaar” is a handcrafted work of art, designed by her and brought to life by a team of artisans at her workshop in New Delhi. “Am proud to present Izhaar! We are all about celebrations of unbridled happiness, superlative achievements, joyous togetherness and momentous occasions. Originality & Creativity is our core passion so that our clients can present a specially created expression of their feelings”, says Ruchita.

The “Izhaar” logo that is a Unicorn symbolises is one of a kind creation that is unique with all the elements of also being auspicious and mystical, just like an “Izhaar” creation.

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