Olivia Dar Store in shahpur Jat Market Delhi | Shopkhoj

Olivia Dar- Shawls

What’s Interesting :- Belts, jewellery, bracelets and bags.

Market :-

Products :- Shawls and Scarves  Shoes & Bags  

Days Closed :- Sunday

Timing :- 9:30am-6:30pm

Phone :- 919999386020 / 40501899

Address :- 5A, Ist Floor, Jungi House, Shahpur Jat, New Delhi-110049

Landmark :- Asiad Village/Siri Fort

Parking :- Available

Bus/Metro :- Siri Fort bus stop/Hauz Khas metro station, yellow line.

Price Range :- Rs.500 onwards

Payment Methods :- Cash and card

Olivia Dar, Shahpur Jat

Down the eclectic Shahpur Jat’s Jungee House alley is Olivia Dar is a delightful and unusual store on the first floor. Olivia first came to India from France about 15 years ago to learn gemology in Jaipur. She then launched her own brand of fashion accessories here in India two years ago.

Belts, jewellery, bracelets, bags, clutches, headbands, cuffs and collars are some of the interesting accessories that one can look at. Beaded collars, for instance are very interesting and colourful. Belts are designed using various materials, like, beaded, cloth, Shibori, leather, metal, knotted cord and more.

You can in fact watch the women working with beads to create beautiful pieces of art.

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