Rose & La Sorogeeka co-host event to launch La Sorogeeka


Rose & La Sorogeeka co-host event to launch La Sorogeeka

February 3, 2012: The luxury interiors brand La Sorogeeka and jewellery brand Rose hosted a luxurious afternoon with the crème-de-la-crème of Delhi to celebrate the opening of La Sorogeeka’s flagship boutique at DLF Emporio. The guests appreciated the unique and the rich home solutions by La Sorogeeka while admiring Rose’s latest collection.

The new 'More Precious Than Precious' collection by Rose comprises stunning neckpieces and earrings. The collection uses classic, precious gemstones - emeralds, rubies and diamonds – in artistic forms. Asymmetric alignment of stones with diamond brings out the beauty of the collection.

La Sorogeeka's new store at DLF Emporio showcased an audio visual lounge setting in a Gothic style. Spread over 1200 sq. ft. space, the flooring, ceiling, walls and every furniture piece was created and designed for the first time for the La Sorogeeka Lounge. The lounge has been divided into three parts where wood interwoven in silver leather with Swarovski clips create semi partitions.

The first section displays the Chess Series Tables which are created from wood and finished in gun metallic finish. The top of the centre table, created with a digital printing machine, rotates open. The second section displays the Imperial Look which includes classic bolster sofas done in oval bolsters, ending in hand carved silver foiled ornamentation. The third section includes an elegant bar which has beautiful lotus engraving done at the base of the handle. Its facetted shutters are made in leather with grey glass handles with long tassels hanging from them. A classic and elegant store to say the least!

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