The Greater Kailash market is divided into two zones: GK-I and GK-II. Here you can find the most luxurious showrooms and retail outlets. A search for designer wear is most likely to lead you here.
The GK markets remain closed on Tuesdays.
Let us take a look at what some of the GK shops have to offer. Dressing up women till size XXL, the pleasant-looking Amandine & Maclisande has crinkled tops, textured kurtis and semi-formal silk cottons in different styles and upbeat colours. At Biba expect to find cotton salwar kameezes in pastel colours and minimal embroidery that are teamed with crushed dupattas or kurti tops strewn with threads and beads. Downtown girls looking for uptown handbags should go to Blue Oyster for Chanel and Burberry look-alikes. Chhipa is a traditional handblock-printing castle which uses eco-friendly, natural colours on silks and jutes to create kurta, pyjamas, ghagra, cholis and furnishings. The range of heady lingerie at Curves comes replete with frills and lace, while the casual range of cotton briefs and bras is perfect for everyday wear. Fifth Avenue brings tight tiny tops, super-short skirts and sassy logo tees, all the way from the hip Bangkok streets. Study By Janak (SBJ) promises a striking change to every male wardrobe.
Dee's Crystal brings costume jewellery straight from the streets of Korea. Estilo offers customized leather tailoring service. Giordano Travel Gear is fast becoming a priority for the discerning Indian traveller. Champalal Jewellers cater to both traditional and modern design sensibilities.