Creativity and craftsmanship unfold at Taj Palace New Delhi

The highlight of the evening was a spectacular fashion show by Satya Paul

In Rainbows by Satya Paul
In Rainbows by Satya Paul
In Rainbows by Satya Paul
In Rainbows by Satya Paul

Taj Palace, New Delhi, the city's iconic landmark, played host to an enchanting evening at its renowned Indian restaurant, Loya, in collaboration with renowned designer Satya Paul. The event, part of the restaurant's signature series named Loya Qissa, attracted the crème de la crème of the capital city. 

The highlight of the evening was a spectacular fashion show by Paul, titled "In Rainbows." Transforming the immersive restaurant space into an eclectic runway, the collection brought to life the beauty of flowering fields and fantastic rainbows. From wildflowers to majestic peacocks, the prints on the garments pushed the boundaries of traditional attire, with psychedelic palettes designed to captivate. The collection reaffirmed Satya Paul's mastery of the art of print. 

Nayan Seth, General Manager of Taj Palace, expressed gratitude to guests and patrons, highlighting Loya's success over the past year. He emphasised the restaurant's commitment to pioneering immersive experiences, unique culinary concepts, and experiential lifestyle events. 

The evening also marked the launch of Loya's new cocktail programme, S.P.I.C.E., blending music, food, and beverage into a multi-sensory experience. Crafted by the dynamic mixology team, the ten unique cocktails featured indigenous ingredients from the North, such as galgal and turmeric. Cocktails like Whis-Gal, Haldi, Highway 44, and Loya Mary received acclaim from the attendees. 

Launched last year, Loya continues to take diners on a culinary journey through the vibrant landscapes of the North, celebrating authentic recipes with heirloom ingredients. The menu showcases traditional cooking techniques, including dungaar (smoking and slow-cooking), baghar (spices tempered in hot oil), sigdi (cooking over an open fire), and the art of pounding masalas with a sil-batta (pestle and mortar). The evening's success cements Loya's position as a hub for immersive experiences in Delhi's vibrant cultural scene.



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