Palladium hosts "Timeless Classic" an evening that celebrates luxurious taste with selected Homme and Paul John Whisky
ANI | Updated: Sep 29, 2017 16:40 IST
New Delhi [India], Sep 29 (ANI-NewsVoir): Palladium, the country's leading luxury destination witnessed a grand soiree as it presented its third edition of "Timeless Classic", where it partnered with European menswear brand SELECTED HOMME along with Paul John Whisky. The extravagant evening that brought together the creme de la creme of the city.
The evening opened with a whisky 101 conducted by Ajit Balgi, Brand Ambassador of Paul John Whisky and followed by a session on modern menswear by stylist Antara Motiwala for SELECTED HOMME where she shared her must do(s) for the modern 'laid-back cool' look.
Gracing the occasion were some dazzling personalities like Mohit Marwah, Adhyayan Suman, Keith Sequeira, Upen Patel, Samir Dattani, Arjun Bajwa, Siddharth Kanan and Sagrika Gatge who came together to raise a toast to the iconic brand - SELECTED HOMME and Paul John Whisky. The event concluded with fine food and entertainment giving it a perfect start to the long festive weekend.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajendra Kalkar, President (West), The Phoenix Mills Ltd. said, "Palladium is most renowned for its luxury events; one such event is the Timeless Classic. Timeless Classics is an evening where we bring the best of Spirit and Fashion world under one roof. The idea is to showcase a brand that would interact with our loyal patrons over a relaxed evening while we intend to give them experiences that bring them closer to the brand."
Vineet Gautam, CEO and Country Head, Bestseller India, said, "SELECTED HOMME is known for its sophisticated yet modern approach to stylish menswear where attention to detail and fitting, form the core of every garment. By partnering with Palladium for 'Timeless Classics, we were able to connect with our patrons and showcase our key offerings that range from ageless classics to contemporary essentials that have become a staple for the stylish modern man." (ANI-NewsVoir)