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Hi Life Exhibition in Jaipur: Get a Taste of high Fashion


Jaipur is emerging as one of the developing fashion hubs in the city. The city has inspired many fashion and lifestyle brands. Hi Life is bringing back Hi Life Exhibition in Jaipur, which is Jaipur's most exquisite 2-day fashion and luxury extravaganza showcasing premium fashion designers and renowned labels from India.

When: 23-24 June 2017; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Where: SMS Convention Centre, Behind SMS Stadium, Rambagh Circle, Tonk Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Hi Life Exhibition the talent of the some of the most desirable designers and luxury brands in the world. They will be here to woo Jaipurites with their creative work in the field of fashion, fine jewellery, art, home decor and furnishing, handbags and alluring accessories. You can indulge in everything from bridal wear, designer apparels, fashion accessories, to stationary, gifts, artifacts, decor and other artistic pieces.

Reserve your spot TODAY by confirming your participation to the event. Hurry! Only a limited number of FREE PASSES are available!

You just need to click on 'GOING' and print out the all access complimentary pass when it is posted on their Facebook page.

 


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