L’Opéra has used the last several months to create a unique collection of gift boxes and hampers for this Diwali to overcome the ambient gloom and to usher in a period of hope and light.
Hampers in different sizes and for all budgets, newly and elegantly designed to combine the chic of France with the traditions of India, in several eye-soothing and pleasing colours, grace this year’s Diwali Collection of L’Opéra.
“Green, lavender and blue, ornated with elegant gold and silver recall the purity of the celebration, the colours of the Côte d’Azur and the elegance of the brand” says Kazem Samandari, the Executive Chairman of L’Opéra who personally oversaw the preparation of this year’s Diwali collection with his wife Christine and who continues “They transport you to distant lands, which are currently out of reach”.
L’Opéra, has created this year several elegant boxes in different shapes and sizes with beautiful pastel colours. This new collection complements the classic L’Opéra gift boxes and hampers which are presented in their new Diwali sleeves and the popular wooden and pastel coloured leather-like baskets which are widely appreciated. Not only boxes and hampers, but L’Opéra has spent last few months in crafting varieties of chocolates, tea cakes and biscuits for Diwali which are presented in their new attractive boxes.
Moreover, as part of its 10 Years celebration in 2021, L’Opéra has included its limited edition of mugs and Lady’s Bags in the Diwali hampers to prolong the pleasure of its customers beyond the Festive period. Last but not the least, L’Opéra invited young design students to participate in a contest for the creation of one of its new Diwali boxes. The work of Jahanvi Singhal of Pearl Academy was premiered to feature for two boxes of L’Opéra’s Diwali 2021 Collection.
“Our new range of boxes which were in the making for nearly 6 months” adds L’Opéra’s Co-Founder and CEO Laurent-Charles Samandari “and which are premiered this Diwali combined with our memorabilia set a new standard of elegance and exquisite French taste in India”. And he continues “L’Opéra is the quintessential expression of French culinary culture and good taste in India, and now with our 2021 Diwali Collection and the inclusion of the work of a young Indian designer we have masterfully combined authentic and delicious products with the best of design to make this Diwali a true celebration”.
Amit Kumar, Chef at L’Opéra says “Our large selection of gift hampers with the incomparable and individually crafted tea-cakes, biscuits, pralines, preserves in stirring flavours, colourful dragées, teas and the queen of French patisserie, the incomparable mouth-watering macarons of L’Opéra complemented with traditional dry nuts will certainly make this year’s Diwali an unforgettable one.”
Price: Rs. 600 onwards.