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New Delhi – 8th November’2020 – The 50th edition of IHGF-Delhi fair Autumn’2020 is currently being organized virtually from 4-9 November’2020 by Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH). The IHGF Delhi Fair contributes significantly towards exports of handicrafts as well as the promotion of crafts clusters from across the country. EPCH have tried to match with the activities which were being organized during physical show such as ramp shows, webinars and craft demonstrations by artisans, said Rakesh Kumar, Director General-EPCH.
Ravi K. Passi, Chairman – EPCH informed about one of the highlights of IHGF Delhi Fair Autumn ‘2020 remained series of Fashion shows on Fashion Jewellery products like Metal Bangles & Cuffs + Beads clutches & sling bags, resort wear, jute bags + stoles, sequences dresses, capes, masks, hair bands etc., Horn & Bone Jewllery, Phulkari Kaftans & Dupattas, Elegant Stoles, Face Masks & Macrame & Jute Bags, Embroidered Stoles + Clutches, Resort Wear, Adda Jewellery, Semi Precious Gold Jewellery, sequences Dresses, Capes, Masks, Hair Bands, Jewellery – Wood, Metal, Beads, Blue Pottery, Jewellery – Leather, Metal, Leather Bags And Jackets, Adda Jewellery And Clutches + Stoles, Crochet Bags + Summer Stoles, Leather Bags + Winter Stoles, Metal Bangles & Cuffs + Beads Clutches & Sling Bags, Resort Wear, Jute Bags + Stoles, Sequences Dresses, Capes, Masks, Hair Bands etc. fashion shows organizing during IHGF Delhi Fair Autumn’2020 on virtual platform. Speaking further, Shri Ravi K. Passi, Chairman – EPCH informed the other highlights of the IHGF virtual fair included Craft Demonstration of Traditional Artistic Blue Pottery, Jaipur Rajasthan, GI Craft Demonstration of Warli Painting of Palghar, Maharashtra, Screwpine Craft, Kerala, Meenakari craft of Jaipur, Rajasthan, Wooden Lacquerware And Toys of Varanasi, U.P., Traditional Artistic Gulabi Meenakari of Uttar Pradesh, Hand Embroidery of Kutch, Gujarat, Kani Shawls craft of Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, Artistic Textiles of Kutch, Gujarat, Traditional Artistic Kulu Shawls of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh.
Rakesh Kumar, Director General – EPCH further spoke about the series of webinars and panel discussion organized during the fair included Webinar on “Design Trend Forecasts-Spring Summer 2021/22: Furniture & Lighting“ by WGSN, Panel Discussion on “Bamboo Handicrafts – Marketing, Design & Skilling For Sustainable Development & Livelihood” by eminent panellists, Webinar on “Sell Direct To Consumers Globally – Also Do B2b Sales – Deliver Commerce Everywhere, Building Capabilities For Digital World By Amazon”, Webinar on “Sustainable Fashion – Why Is It Future?” by Industry Expert of Fashion, Department of Design, Sharda University, Webinar on “Quick Ways to Optimise Forex Operations in Turbulent Times” by Senior Faculty of Market Risk Advisory and Skills Development.
Speaking further, Mr. Kumar said the show is currently on, attracting large number of overseas buyers, importers and domestic volume buyers to this virtual fair and we hope that the business enquiries generated result in increase in exports of handicrafts from the country in near future.