The Nicobar Edit, comes to Kolkata for the first time

Nicobar, a Mumbai-based lifestyle design studio, would be showcasing their first look of the fresh autumnal palette to complete all your fashion, home and travel needs with a brand new pop-up at The Space 9/2. From September 1st -3rd, 2017, 11am to 8pm  indulge in a unique shopping experience, pick up fashionable signature women’s wear pieces in shiny black licorice, inky navy, and rich crimson paired with graphic checks and bold florals. In the other section, expect to find home essentials that are meant for everyday or for special occasions with festival-ready dinner sets, elegant barware, marble cheese boards, and an edit that straddles history and modernity with ease. For the traveler in you, expect to find safari inflected khaki clothing, utilitarian pants, comfy overlays and multi-functional bags which are ideal to accompany you on your travels near and far. Modern and playful, there are bits and bobs that fit beautifully into your home, your wardrobes, and on your travels.




Nicobar launched its Bombay store, along with its website, in March’16. Soon after that they opened their Delhi store, then Bangalore store, and the most recent second store in Mumbai in Bandra.

Our story begins at Good Earth, and at the crossroads of craft and community. Two decades later the time is ripe for the birth of a new brand: Nicobar. Two separate entities, each with its own voice, Good Earth and Nicobar share fundamental values, and both stem from a desire to shape culture in an original and inspiring way. In Nicobar you will find a contemporary collection that is fresh, aspirational, and curious about the world. Seeds of a movement, one that is ready to create a new and democratic vocabulary of design.


Quick Facts

When – 1 September – 3 September, 2017

Where- The Space at 9/2, 9/2 Hungerford Street, Kolkata

Time-11:00 am to 8:00 pm

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: