Mumbai: Latest Shopping Spots- Good Earth & Sabyasachi

Good Earth: Lotus Blossom
The Good Earth flagship re-opened after a summer of renovations, boasting a new mezzanine section, extended product range and an outpost of the hottest new bakery in town: Le 15 Patisserie. Already a must-shop destination for international tourists, the new store offers a wider range of portable products, including lotus-printed posters, diaphanous scarves, sequined totes and kitschy cushion covers. Definitely visit when you have a couple of hours free so that you can browse through all of the merchandise, and make sure you stop at the Le 15 Patisserie for a passion fruit macaroon or raspberry tart for a sweet ending.

Good Earth: Lotus Blossom

The Good Earth flagship re-opened after a summer of renovations, boasting a new mezzanine section, extended product range and an outpost of the hottest new bakery in town: Le 15 Patisserie. Already a must-shop destination for international tourists, the new store offers a wider range of portable products, including lotus-printed posters, diaphanous scarves, sequined totes and kitschy cushion covers. Definitely visit when you have a couple of hours free so that you can browse through all of the merchandise, and make sure you stop at the Le 15 Patisserie for a passion fruit macaroon or raspberry tart for a sweet ending.

 

 

Sabyasachi: Where Time Stands Still

Sprawling rooms and moss green walls, countless clocks and vintage photographs, old armoires and dusty chandeliers: even without the gorgeous merchandise, this store is worth a visit for the d?cor alone. Set up by SabyasachiMukherjee, arguably India?s most popular designer, this flagship is a perfect backdrop for the clothes and accessories it houses. Items range from heavily embroidered bridal saris and precious jewelry, to cool cotton fabrics sourced from indigenous weavers and embroidered ballet flats.  The price tags (a pair of cotton shoes cost $450) might give you a pause, but these are pieces you?ll covet forever.