In the middle of New Delhi, close to Siri Fort, there is an urban village called Shahpur Jat. Shahpur Jat is a cluster of brick-and-mortar (typically) 2-storey havelis (i.e. homes of the wealthy with a courtyard in the centre of the building complex) which are homes to many Jat people from the neighbouring state of Haryana in North India.
Today, many of these havelis have been bought or rented and converted into modern fashionable apparel stores by many fashion designers from New Delhi. In fact, in Shahpur Jat village, there is a confluence of lanes and by-lanes with these fashionable stores aptly named Fashion Street. Fashion Street is vibrant, particularly in pink and orange colours.
I happened to visit Shahpur Jat village a fortnight ago and took photos of some of these colourful fashion stores.