8 January 2020 | 3 min read

Joyalukkas To Angasutra: A Guide to Luxury Shopping In Banjara Hills


We’d say that Banjara Hills is fast coming up as a one-stop-shop for luxury clothing and designer wear if that wasn’t already the case. While there are quite a few eateries and clubs to visit in the vicinity, it’s the clothes, jewellery and accessories that keep us coming back, especially during the wedding season.

Here’s a handy guide to the best luxury shopping destinations in Banjara Hills.

Vikram Phadnis’s Boutique

Everyone who has dabbled in buying wedding wear in the past would have heard of Vikram Phadnis, as the clothes from his stores across the country are some of the best money can buy. While it’s a relatively new outlet in Banjara Hills, it’s fast turning into our favourite for the variety and quality on offer.


indian jewellery in indoor lighting

Almost every Indian family trusts the quality of Joyalukkas jewellery and there’s no reason not to. Right from the stunning neckpieces and ornaments that even top stars have worn in their films, Joyalukkas has something for every kind of woman. We love their Zenina collection the most. That’s not all – if you’re not on a last-minute shopping binge, you could even call them in advance for bespoke pieces made just for you.


Sabyasachi’s store in Banjara Hills is one of the main reasons we like to visit, as there’s hardly a time we don’t check it out just for its aesthetics. Like all the rest of Sabyasachi’s collections, this one is also an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary. However, keep in mind that a piece from here might burn a hole in your pockets, so make sure you keep your card handy.


Rather than focussing on one designer, Angasutra houses clothes and accessories from many of the biggest names in the industry, which shows in the sheer variety of items they have on the shelf.

That’s not all. They store interiors are truly gorgeous, which makes it very hard to leave and once you spot the lehengas, we promise you will not be able to resist the urge to splurge.

Mughda Art Studio 

While it may sound like an art studio, it focuses on contemporary and traditional wear for the bride {though that doesn’t mean it’s not art}. If you’ve been looking for the perfect anarkali to flaunt at your upcoming wedding, don’t forget to check their collection out.

Mamatha Tulluri’s Designer Studio

If the perfect saree and blouse is what you’re looking for, Mamatha Tulluri’s studio in Banjara Hills is a great option.You can pick up something from their already-varied collection or ask them to make what you want, though make sure to visit them well before the big day for the latter.

Plantation House

Plantation House hosts clothes a variety of materials to choose from, and you could be sure that most things here are organically and sustainably sourced. Understated yet stately, their design inspiration seeks influences as varied as the kimono to Ella Fitzgerald and is for everyone who likes to dress down like a boss.

In other words, clothes from this brand can fit a lot of occasions from coffee meet-ups, book launches, one-off baking workshops, resort idling, movie marathons at the bestie’s, and long field days. Have you shopped with them yet?


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