sometimes i feel quite torn. on one hand i sink into the world of consumption, where i love beautiful, material things. on the other hand, i know there are billions of people in the world, who cannot even spell the word luxury, to whom a solid pair of shoes, a cosy warm bed, a decent meal or just being healthy would be the maximum possible luxury.
in india about 32 percent of the country’s 1.2 billion people, or roughly 400 million people, live in poverty, according to official estimates – but there is new dehli. the culture and people of india’s capital is very rich and diverse. deeply rooted in indian culture with western influence which makes this city very fascinating. the job growth is booming, the salaries are going through the roof. the people are yearning for luxury, in a country, where casteism is still widespread in rural areas, and continues to segregate people. but yet the economy is blossoming. already in 2010, les petits launched india’s first multi-brand luxury store for children in emporio, new delhi.
i pinco pallino, fendi kids, miss blumarine and baby dior are just a few of the prestigious brands offered to children age 0-8. also the globally celebrated en vogue furniture brand theophile and patchou is exclusively retailed.
The 1500 square feet store is designed by the famous italian architects lino losanno and lorenzo perini. bathed in warm inviting light, it is beautifully done up in shades of white and lilac with touches of gold in the form of little dazzling golden butterflies hanging from the ceiling that instantly carry you away into a mystical fairyland.
nelson mandela marg vasant kunj,