Q1: How did you come across Krizmah bags?
Ans: Nadia Malik of Krizmah bags came and introduced her product to me.
Q2: What made you feel Krizmah bags would appeal to the clientele and regular visitors of Canvas gallery?
Ans: I believed that each bag was a work of art and hence, should be shown at canvas.
Q3: Krizmah bags represent a high-fashion accessory while Canvas is really an art gallery: how do you reconcile the two?
Ans: Like I said earlier, I believe each bag (that is the embroidery) is a piece of art
Q4: Krizmah bags were recently launched at an extremely successful event in Karachi: which bags were an instant hit with the audience?
Ans: The prosperity cluthches and tree of life
Q5: What do you think makes Krizmah accessories stand out from the rest?
Ans: Quality of workmanship, design and that it’s indigenous to Pakistan
Q6: Do you own a Krizmah bag yourself: if so, which one?
Ans: Prosperity clutch
Q7: Krizmah has recently started branching out into laptop bags, and I pad covers are next: what do you think about this direction Krizmah is moving into?
Ans: Its evolution and positive
Q8: Do you feel most Krizmah customers are aware of the heritage and story behind the brand, or they just pick up the products because of their fine workmanship and design?
Ans: Most are aware of the heritage, which is also something we at canvas are promoting: Pakistani products
Q9: How do you choose which brands/ products to stock at Canvas gallery?
Ans: We are not in the business of stocking normal products at canvas. As mentioned earlier, we felt these bags were a work of art and showcased them.
Q10: What can we expect from Canvas in the future?
Ans: Just Wait and see.
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