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THE SHOP by Nana Ki


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Sitting under its own regal canopy in the Amarya Shamiyana resort on Ashwem beach, is the Indo-French designer boutique, 'The Shop by Nana Ki Paris'. The Nana Ki collections featured here employ only natural fibers and feature classic cuts ideal for women of every age, featuring traditional Indian embroideries that have been refined for the global connoisseur.  The Shop additionally showcases beachwear, accessories, Home accessories and Havaiana thongs (procured directly from Brazil) and independent designers, including bags by the hot new brand, JOLI.


The Shop presides over a spacious canopy and features an exclusive line of beach and resort wear of Nana Ki’s own designs produced in-house. The vibrant Nana Ki collections are displayed by colour, following the shades of a rainbow; rendering the display visually striking and also easier to select and accessorize items of choice. The collection caters predominantly to women with a collection fashioned of light fabrics ideal for warm leisurely days to more glamorous eveningwear.
The Shop additionally features Nana-ki’s collection of Accessories, a dedicated line for Children, a small Menswear collection and a Home line that features unique pieces displayed in the Amarya luxury tents. Furthering their strong commitment to creative exchanges and collaborations, The Shop additionally features a selection of other designer brands.



The Nana Ki women’s collections bring together the brand’s sophisticated Parisian fashion heritage with their passion and deep understanding of Indian textiles and craftsmanship; whether adding an ethnic twist to a western silhouette, or revisiting a traditional Indian outfit with a contemporary approach.
The Nana Ki collections at The Shop range from elegant loose tunics and tops for the beach, pareos and bandanas, fitted dresses and pants, sultry skirts and shorts, to one-of-a-kind cocktail outfits that will delight every woman and fit every shape. The collections are created of fine and soft cottons in a wide color palette,featuring natural tie & dye as well as delicate hand-embroideries. A popular line is the “Lucknow” collection – showcasing the ChikanKari work, one of the India’s most ancient embroidery techniques still vividly present in India today. At the other end of the line are more modern renditions of sequins and bead work that will bedazzle through Goa's unending nights.


Similar to their women's line, Nana Ki accessories demonstrate unique aesthetics that blur fashion and cultural borders to offer a mélange of influences. The accessory lines range from large weekend bags, beach totes and various pouches to delicate and sophisticated party clutches, and even a selection of their own stylish slippers. New to the collection are a range in neon shades, in luxurious leather or patent canvas with leather finishing.

Created as an extension of the women collections, the babies and kids' lines offer apparel for newborns to teenagers, woven in the finest cotton and in a large variety of shades, printed with ancestral techniques or embroidered with smock detailing and other hand embellishments. 

The Shop offers a selection of stylish home accessories decoration, ranging from striking ethnic hand embroidered cushions, linen pillows embroidered with quirky phrases in metallic shades, to kitschy Indian mugs and trays; pieces to reminisce a Goan vacation by.

The small but stylish men's collection features Nana Ki's own collections and also designs by Joli, with a range of casual shirts and Kurtas, stylish pants and shorts, all in light fabrics ideal for the beach or an evening out.


JOLI, Proudly made in India

“JOLI, Proudly made in India”, created by two European designers living in India, Jonas Grier and Liane de Selys. The passionate duo is deeply attached to the idea of “Proudly made in India” to promote 21st century Indian craftsmanship. The JOLI vision is to create sharp, stylish and contemporary bags focusing on the quality of the materials and on the finishing rather than on embellishments. The JOLI accessory collections at The Shop features weekend bags, totes, party bags and a popular “giri giri” key-chains showcasing handpicked pieces from India’s market streets.


 - La Vie de Boheme by Veronique M: Ethnic bags and unique pieces designed by French designer Veronique and handmade in India. 
 - Meera S.: Fashion and accessories, with delicate finishing, designed by Indo-German designer Meera Saxena, handmade in India.
 - Aish : luxurious hand-spun, hand-woven sarongs and scarves employing traditional textiles techniques of India including Jamdani, Ikat, Khanta, and classical embroidery.
 - Sweet Lime : Handcrafted jewellery, by Elspeth J. Walker and inspired by her 20 years of living in India, pieces of silver or gold plating, using semi-precious stones, tassels and other embellishments.
 - Lunazef + Purple Jungle : Quirky and kitsch home accessories at very affordable prices, perfect for souvenirs and gifts



Truly French, and Parisians at heart, Danielle and Chloé Le Bonnois, mother and daughter, are passionate about travelling and textile. They have been creating a collection of rich unique textiles since their first trip to India in 1998 – when they fell in love with the country and all its facets: the rich traditions that go back thousands of years, the people and their remarkable heritage of craftsmanship. 

After travelling across India, the pair returned home to France to create their own exclusive brand - “NANA KI”. Nana Ki began with a small, beautifully decorated, pink boutique in the famous Parisian neighborhood of Saint Germain des Prés. Bringing to Paris a select range of traditional Indian products with a contemporary edge, Nana ki soon became wildly popular. 

In 2005, Chloe became the mother to the delightful Lola, who was born in New Delhi. The concept of “Lola’s World” boutique, dedicated to the universe of the child, was born with her.

 In October 2006, Danielle and Chloe opened the now famous “Lola’s World” boutique, the very first mother and children concept store in New Delhi. The idea was simple yet genius: bringing together the universe of Nana Ki, from the babies and kids collections, women fashion and accessories collections, along with a luxurious selection of other international brands and local finds within the spacious 2000 Sq Feet pink store, in the heart of Delhi’s Hauz Khas Village.

In 2009, after the birth of her second child and with  “Lola’s World” establishing itself in Delhi's retail sphere, the Parisian duo set out on another challenge to open a new space. The concept was to create a new frame for Nana Ki’s universe… but withthe feet in the sand! And in December, “The Shop by Nana Ki”in Goa was launched. Delighted clients discovered the beach-y side to Nana Ki, with sophistiacted collections created of light natural fabrics in loose fits presented under the magical roof of a Maharaja tent. 


  • Indo-French designer brand
  • Ideally located in Amarya Shamiyana cafe
  • Collections designed specially for Goa
  • Funky collections for the home
  • Swimwear & Havaianas from Brazil
  • Independent designers, including bags by JOLI




THE SHOP by Nana Ki
Amarya Shamiyana Complex
Behind La Plage Restaurant
Ashwem Beach, Ashwem
Pernem Goa 403512


(+91) 7507881945





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Nana Ki founders, Chloé and Danielle, have a keen eye for and lay great emphasis on quality, which eventually led to the opening of their own production unit where every item could be created under their watchful eye and direct supervision. 

The workshop emerged after a meeting with a charismatic Indian woman, Ritu Jain, who appreciated the pair’s requirement for quality and who was personally excited to redirect her vast textile knowledge to a new project. Ritu is now a Partner at Nana ki and heads the production unit, while also assisting in the design process by offering her Indian aesthetics, elemental to the Nana Ki collections.

Quality at Nana Ki begins with using only the finest natural material that is respectful of the traditional craftsmanship, while being mindful of the working conditions of everyone involved in the creation of each piece. Nana Ki always employs and collaborates with the most skilled craftsmen. 

Their Delhi workshops produces carefully stitched and finished pieces, where everything is checked with meticulous attention given to the smallest details.The brand’s credo lays strong emphasis on faire trade values and employs only environmentally friendly techniques and natural materials, as much as possible. 

What sets this brand apart, is that it exalts and employs the very roots of Indian textile traditions, weather it is Benares woven ultra thin mulmul cottons, Jaipur block printed fabrics or leharia and bandani dyeing, hand-made Chikan embroidery from Lucknow, Kashimiri hand-spun, hand-woven pashminas and other treasures of Indian textiles. 

This little family-run workshop has now been in operation for almost 10 years now and remains successful in New Delhi’s changing times and volatile economy.

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