1469: Indigenous folkart goes bizarre

In the heart of Janpath lies this beautiful conceptual store encompassing the traditional culture of Panjab evoking an essence of integrity, loyalty and love for the homeland. The beautiful artifacts safely preserved and restored till today accompanied with several vibrant phulkaris, each weaved with articulate threads and intricate patterns, all in order to reserve the precious heritage. The proud and cheerful owners of this quirky brand, Harinder Singh and Kirandeep Kaur nurtured the oh-so-creative brand like a baby and feeding it to popularize it worldwide.



The beautiful woman, KirandeepKaur shares her incredible journey as she explains 1469 is the birthdate of the legendary Bhagat Singh. We agree she is no less than a revolutionary herself, indulging in the restoration of precious art work of Punjab. Harinder Singh further adds the need to be known and not just commercialize like organic and sustainable fashion brands who play in huge numbers and revenue.


The conceptual store encapsulates the distinct flavor of the holy city of five rivers. From bright slogan tees to feminine and artsy Phulkari fabrics woven into pretty jackets for women, oxidized jellwery, rustic showpieces adding a vintage appeal. The folk music played in the backdrop had us getting into the festive mood as Kirandeep gleamed with joy and offered us VerkaLassi.


You can never go wrong with boho attires, timeless items and traditional ambience, enticing you to stay rooted and loyal to your land always. We wish 1469 all the very best for future endeavors and you must check out their latest Summer’16 collection now! The collection is all about that jazz of ‘Festive Beats’ blending to the festivities and celebrations smoothly. From royal reds to mustards and rich emerald colors spreading the positive vibe and adding grace to the effervescent store. It’s a must- visit by every fusion lover.


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