Welcome Back, RungoleePosted: April 26, 2011
Do you know Rungolee, http://rungolee.com/? It’s a gorgeous clothing line designed by my friend and former Richmond resident, Anjali Kamra. A world traveller originally from India, Anjali creates a limited number of beautifully detailed pieces that have a timeless yet modern feel.
This is Anjali in one of her unique creations. Beautiful herself and talented, Anjali graduated from the New York Fashion Institute of Technology. In 2007 she started this clothing line, named after the colorful medallion pattern that rural Indian women create with chalk, flower petals or colored rice on the ground as a sign of welcome and joy. Anjali finds inspiration for her creations wherever she travels and has her designs manufactured ethically in India with help from people whom she has known her whole life.
Anjali’s designs are truly joyful and make me happy whenever I put one of them on. They never fail to bring me compliments, and I always love to tell people about my Rungolee pieces that I have purchased over the last few years at her Richmond trunk shows.
I have this silky confection as well:
I can’t wait to see Anjali and her new collection for Rungolee at
https://www.st.catherines.org/daisydays?rc=1. Marketplace shopping where Rungolee will have a booth takes place the end of this week:
Thursday, April 28 7-9 p.m. (Girls’ Night Out)
Friday, April 29 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, April 30 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Stop by and see the collection, and, like me, you will become an Avad Fan of Rungolee and Anjali.
(If you can’t get to Daisy Days, go to the http://rungolee.com/ website to find out about her trunk shows throughout the country and to get on her email list.)