The 5th edition of the Baby Beri show was in association with Khadi India as the Sponsor & Hyatt Regency Delhi as the Hospitality Partner.
The First kids show in Khadi for the Blessed Hearts Foundation, a charity for children, was held on 4th December, Sunday at The Mansion, Hyatt Regency Delhi. The Baby Beri show, an annual kid’s fashion show by ace designer Ritu Beri, has now become a much sought-after annual event which is attended by the who’s who of the social, political and media world.
For the fifth edition of Baby Beri show, The Blessed Hearts Foundation was delighted to have the Hon’ble Union Minister of Science & Technology & Earth Sciences Dr. Harsh Vardhan as the Chief Guest, Hon’ble Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Mr. Vijay Goel, Hon’ble Chairman of KVIC, Sh. V.K. Saxena & Hon’ble Member of Parliament, Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi as the Guests of Honour. Beautiful soulful singing by Jasbir Jassi added high energy on the stage.
Blessed Hearts Foundation, a charity for children, launched to support the underprivileged children of India in 2008. The philosophy of the foundation is to create awareness for Autism in India and a better future for the children of India. The first charity event was the launch of the ‘Baby Beri’ Line on 1st February’09.
The BABY BERI SHOW was a fun collection of occasion wear for kids with the following themes:
- LIVELY GOA – An extremely fun, playful yet relaxed and carefree collection in pastel colors of Khadi with lots of interesting floral application & embroidery.
- LOVE – Pretty and romantic, beautiful flirty prints and feminine flamboyant styles reflected the romance of Khadi in a bright color palette of red, white & blue. A flamboyant look for little children that steals your heart.
- THE ROOTS– Phulkari patterns and embroideries were used interestingly to create a collection inspired by the folklore of PUNJAB. The collection makes you bond with our Indian roots. A very unique and culture- conscious collection in KHADI silk.
- ANGAVASTRA– from ghagras to salwars, details of embroideries and appliques, mix of our rich tradition with a contemporary look, this is a collection for the evenings in very interesting traditional silhouettes.
Alongside throughout the show, there was a collection of Vichar Vastras for the tiny tots in different colors.
The collection was a wide plethora of looks and styles, packed with vast possibilities yet easy to wear and relaxed clothes. The colour palette ranged from whites to pastels, metallic to blacks, enabling the freedom to create one’s own chromatic world of fantasy.