Set up in the heart of Mumbai in 1969, Queen’s Emporium is a premium label known for its quality. Specializing in bridal wear and handlooms, their designs are sober and subtle. Queen’s Emporium – with their high standardized, fine quality designs that have been around since over 50 years has set a benchmark in the industry.
Reviving Lost Art
With a vivid and wide line of products, their range consists of crafts that a tribute to lost Indian art forms. From the Banarasi handloom to Kanchivaram to the Muga of Assam, or the Bandhini of Gujarat, Queen’s Emporium houses a plethora of designs that are sophisticated heirlooms. The hues are usually earthy and bright, with designs that stick to traditional Indian aesthetics. Although there is a soft touch of contemporary styles in some designs, the main focus of their designs is the play upon Indian heritage.
Traditions & Family Values
“Mostly built on trust, our customer base is loyal and dedicated,” said Mr. Vivek, who also expressed that the label was started by his grandfather. With a warm and welcoming atmosphere, most of their old customers come back to shop for their kids and grandkids. Recounting one such experience, Mr. Vivek regaled about the time that an old customer visited their store to customize a saree for her daughter – using her own saree that she had purchased from Queen’s Emporium back in 1982. Their customer base consists of reputed personalities like Asha Bhosle and Tina Ambani to name a few. Furthermore, their designs attract an international audience which translates into future expansion plans in the Middle East and Europe.