Popular gift boutique and coffeehouse, Provenance has launched a second store, in the heart of Bandra. A brainchild of Avani Raheja and Samir Gadhok at Burgundy Hospitality, the store is located in a quaint heritage bungalow, nestled in Chimbai village. The décor is on the lines of an old Chimbai home with high ceilings and large rooms. Spread across 88 sqm, the store features a hybrid gift boutique, a gallery, and a 20-seater coffee house.

For business travellers, Provenance Bandra makes for an ideal spot for quick meetings over a cup of coffee. In addition to this, the gift station offers bespoke and personalised products fit for corporate gifting.  To top it all, the store also retails an exclusive collection of greeting cards from The New Yorker magazine, and a select range of wrapping paper sourced from Italy.  Avani Raheja says, “At Provenance, we offer the perfect gift for a thoughtful and discerning individual. We have handpicked each product with one theme in mind – does this product embody the love, history or magic of the maker? We are passionate about telling stories and Provenance is the story of the maker and their origins, craftsmanship and passion.”

Furthermore, Provenance Bandra has a dedicated chocolate vault with a collection of unique chocolates from across the globe. These include Royce’ from Japan, Coco from Scotland, Dolfin from Belgium and Maxim’s from Paris among others.

There is also a separate design space to host curated workshops and pop-ups by emerging brands.

Namrata Bhandari