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Nee & Oink launches limited-edition festive kidswear line
12
Sep '12
Neelakshi and Oiendrila Ray
Neelakshi and Oiendrila Ray
Neelakshi and Oiendrila Ray of Nee & Oink launched their limited edition festive collection and Nachiket Barve presented his Caravan Collection over an adorable Autumn Tea Party hosted by Kanchan Dhingra of Chamomile.

Family and friends came to support the designers. Spotted admiring the styles were Nathalia Kaur, Adhuna Akhtar, Namrata Baruah, Narendra Kumar Ahmed, Salim Merchant, Tisca Chopra, Rohit Roy, Schauna Chauhan, Rashmi Nigam, Pinky Reddy, Perizaad Zorabian, Parvati Melton, Pallavi Kulkarni and Nina Manuel amongst others. The guests were seen praising the cute and playful designs for kids by Nee & Oink. While the mommies shopped, their little ones enjoyed their teas, juices and finger foods.

Neelakshi and Oiendrila Ray of Nee & Oink and Kanchan Dhingra of Chamomile, along with their kids, looked stunning dressed in their favorite pieces from Nee & Oink.

Neelakshi (Nee) Ray and Oiendrila (Oink) Ray have combined hand-picked organic fabrics and eco- friendly dyes that capture the magic of childhood and fantasy with comfort, perfect for a child’s playful palette. Their limited edition festive collection ~ Introducing Padma Lakshmi, Anarkali, Rajrani, Punjabi Biradree, Babu Moshai & Chote Nawab are now available at Chamomile – Palladium (Lower Parel).

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