The Blue Bar & Marchesa Celebrate Cocktails & Couture Over Evening of Scintillating Style

The Blue Bar & Marchesa Celebrate Cocktails & Couture Over Evening of Scintillating Style

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A perfect mélange of enchanting décor, sumptuous food and premium drinks, The Blue Bar, capital’s most inimitable lounge at Taj Palace, New Delhi celebrated its 5th anniversary with great élan and charm in collaboration. With Marchesa, a famously renowned red carpet stunner label bought to India by Kitsch, the leading multi brand concept store.Edward Lalrempuia, guest, Punit JunejaThe evening witnessed stunning models showcasing the exclusive line of clothing amidst the crème de la crème gathering. The delectable cuisine at The Blue Bar had a perfect assortment for food lovers including lip-smacking options such as Malay Prawn Satay, Spiced lamb skewers with minted yoghurt, Chilli fried field mushrooms, Edamamme & broad bean rolls, amongst others. The guests were left spellbound with the medley of exquisite food and drinks along with breath-taking designs of the finely tailored garments.

The evening at Blue Bar brought the glitterati together to raise a toast to the style quotient of the capital.Some of the glamorous faces seen at this party were Kalyani Chawla, Gaurav Gupta, Malini Ramani, Sanjay Kapoor, Jas Arora and Priyanka Sethi Specializing in high-end women’s wear, Marchesa is a New York based luxury fashion label established in 2004 by British designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig.  Intricate craftsmanship and whimsical details define the beautifully crafted designs of the brand. Inspired by the brands namesake Marchesa Luisa Casati, the brand reflects an element of elegance and sophistication in its overall aesthetic.

Launched in 2009, The Blue Bar has today become the preferred address for Delhi’s swish set. In the past, leading fashion and luxury brands like Christine Dior, Jimmy Choo and Canali have partnered with The Blue Bar and the association with Marchesa in India has enriched and further added to its global appeal. The event saw elite personalities from across the city gather to relish a splendid evening of glamour and panache together with Mr. Taljinder Singh, General Manager, Taj Palace, and Priya Sachdev, Creative Director, Kitsch.

Commenting on the evening, Taljinder Singh, General Manager, Taj Palace, New Delhi said,” We are delighted to celebrate five beautiful and efficacious years of the Blue Bar. A seamless blend of offerings extraordinaire, The Blue Bar is the place to spend an evening to unwind yourself over great drinks, fabulous music and uninterrupted conversations.“

Priya Sachdev, COO and Creative Director- Kitsch states, “Marchesa for me is defined by elegant eveningwear gowns that dominate the red carpet around the world, especially Hollywood. It is their beautiful and unique couture designs that make it the centerpiece on every red carpet moment. I am very excited for introducing their glamorous designs through Kitsch to India especially for our beautiful Indian women and the brides to be. They will finally be able to sashay around in these stunning gowns on their special moments. Feeling and looking like a star!”

Blue Bar at The Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi is a mélange of ingenuity, panache and opulence offering an extensive selection of revival cocktails, sublime single malts and signature house infusion cocktails complemented with eclectic appetizers and wide selection of music. It serves up stylishly crafted culinary fare in unique indoor & outdoor environs. Visually spectacular in every way, the bar faces the beautifully manicured garden and pool. Guests around the dazzling bar can enjoy striking tones of Bohemian art and soothing water body flowing over curtains. Outdoors are equally vibrant with its timber alfresco deck, plush lounge seating and French baroque torches.

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