Coronavirus Outbreak: Sabyasachi's Mumbai store to resume operations with safety measures like 'contactless order pickups'
Sabyasachi on Wednesday announced the reopening of the store's Mumbai outlet, in accordance with the safety measures to prevent coronavirus spread.
Following relaxation in the COVID-19 lockdown, celebrated designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee on Wednesday announced the reopening of the store's Mumbai outlet, in accordance with the safety measures to prevent coronavirus spread.
Kolkata-born designer, who is famous for his vibrant and eclectic styles said the Mumbai stores will resume its operation, however, they have limited to only phone and WhatsApp video consultations for the time being.
Mukherjee who has designed signature outfits for a slew of Bollywood movies and stars, shared the information through a written statement posted on Instagram.
While giving out further details, such as phone numbers, time, and date to contact, the designer stressed that "all order pickups will remain contactless."
Check out the announcement here
Earlier in March, like many other institutions, the coronavirus crisis had compelled Indian fashion couturiers, including Sabyasachi Mukherjee, and others-- Abu Jani, Sandeep Khosla, and Rohit Bal to temporarily shut down their stores across the country.
With the fresh cases, India's total tally of COVID-19 cases rose to 3,33,16,755, while the toll has climbed to 4,43,497, according to the data updated at 8 am
With 38,091 patients recovering from coronavirus during the day, the recovery rate currently stood at 97.42 percent
Among the eight regions of Maharashtra, the Pune region reported the highest 1,483 new COVID-19 cases, followed by 970 cases in the Mumbai region