Store & Website Launch at the Epicuria mall, in Nehru Place

Hope all the Delhi people are enjoying winter 🙂

As the chill of the winter set in, Akshay Taneja and Varun Bahl brought out all the fashionistas to come together and celebrate the launch of their very first store and website on the 14th of December. We attended the store launch and was so amazed to see the beautiful collection they have for this wedding season.

Their store is beautifully located at the Epicuria mall, in Nehru Place. This store launch became the talk of the town with celebrities like Malaika Arora Khan and globally celebrated fashion designers Rohit Bal, Suneet Varma and Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna attended the store launch.

Rent a Closet is the first multi-designer rental store to open in Delhi and house labels like Shantanu & Nikhil, Ridhima Bhasin, Manish Arora, Shyam Narayan Prasad, Preeti S Kapoor, Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Ritu Kumar, Sana Barreja, Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna, Dabiri Couture, Anaika, COLOSSAL by Simran Arya.

More About Rent A Closet

Rent A Closet is a joint venture by Varun Bahl and Akshay Taneja started in 2016 with the aim to revolutionize retail. By offering a solution to every buyer seller and lender of fashion and set them free from their age old wardrobe conundrum forever Varun and Akshay have ushered in fashion rental services to help you find amazing designer wear by India’s most famous designers, because of which you will no longer have to skim through your favorite fashion magazines and wonder where you can get that dress or how you could ever afford it.

Rent A Closet enables every buyer to experience luxurious labels and consume fashion the smarter way, and takes you away from the guilt, of owning luxury through traditional impulsive shopping sprees, into endless closets of luxury! Do head to their website and share how you find their collection and prices.

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  1. Anubhuti December 23, 2016

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