Event Coverage: Pretty Little Things 2

Yesterday marked the opening day for Pretty Little Things, second exhibition. One of my personal favorite events of the year! The details put behind the wonderful outcome are absolutely breathtaking, and you can feel it in every corner!

The first PLT exhibition was very much smaller, both is size and the number of participants, this year it’s a full pledged exhibition with many participants showcasing their work from Kuwait and from the region!

Starting with Pieces By Farah, an amazing creativity and gorgeous home decor and accessories that would be an eye-catch to whoever lays their eyes on! I loved the lay out, the colors, and functionality of each and every piece! Such a true artist!

Moving to Paper Design by Fudha Al Ateeqi, my style exactly! The simplicity and the romantic feel behind the items would just fit my mood anytime, any day!

Eye-candy at the beautiful Garden-Like display, May Jewelry; It’s always a pleasure seeing her work, and this time I couldn’t resist, I ordered my a cute little ring with my initial on it from the new collection. It’s gonna be ready within 4 weeks πŸ˜€

Th’haba Jewelry was also there, I’ve been eye some of her pieces for a while, I’m gonna be running out of patience and ordering some of her gorgeous rings very soon!

BabyB is the place to go to for all mommies, and expecting mommies-to-be! Such cute stuff for the little precious ones.

Threads by Razan Alazzouni were showcasing their great work all the way from Saudi Arabia, I spent a bit over 2 hours at PLT yesterday, and they kept selling out and displaying new collection on the shelves every time I passed by! The crowd was loving her work!

The quirkiness can never be complete without The Yard! The bizarre, out of the ordinary style has always been what they’re about! And you will never have enough!

A new idea that I saw was Lina Jewelry Design, with a collection of handmade gold-plated crochet jewelry! It sure is exotic and very unique!

And guess who was there too?! Fyunka! All the way from Saudi Arabia with the cutest collection of shopping bags, makeup pouches, and totes!

Another jewelry designer I’m glad I met is Muneera Al Sharhan; a designer who works with sterling silver and her hands creating very contemporary pieces with a twist of art and a tribal feel! Loved her work!

So Lulu by Lubna Al Nakib was there! I’ve been hearing about them for a while, never saw their pieces, very bold full of statement for sure!

Press Designs by Sylvette Blaimont are showcasing a very interesting collection of stationary and jewelry! I’ve come across them in several occasions before, however, for some reason, I never knew about their jewelry line! Such exceptional pieces with an inspirational story behind every piece!

The donation list! Since this PLT is coming back with a cause, and that is to renovate an entire building at the orphanage, donation were being made throughout the evening for that purpose. Every contribution matters, and donation will be accepted until the last day of the event, Tuesday, May 1st.

Solo Churros were passing around some heavenly chocolate shots with a twist! If you drink your shot and find a chocolate bean in it, you would win a Diamond! An actual one! Too bad I didn’t see who the lucky winner was πŸ˜‰

Of course, we had to goof around a little bit before leaving and we put our FishFayce on for a fun memory! Super fun and cute!

The outdoor seating area looked so tempting that we spent over an hour chilling there with our tea and food supplies from Milk Cafe and Munch bbq. By the time we left, we were FULL!

And that’s a wrap! Thanks to Ms. Noaf Hussein for her sweet invitation, PLT is looking better by the second and we know how much work and effort that takes!

Make sure to pass by PLT at Sadu House before the closing on Tuesday, May 1st, there’s a lot to see and support to be made for a cause. Follow PLTQ8 on twitter for more details.

2 thoughts on “Event Coverage: Pretty Little Things 2

  1. Thank you so much for coming Piscean, it was, as usual, absolutely lovely having you. You said so many sweet things in your post, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Inshallah we’ll see you at every PLT to come πŸ™‚

  2. Thank you for your comment, your support is highly appreciated hope we meet again in the next exhibition.

    Best Regards,

    Lina
    99710091

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