Mizos are known for their fashion and Aizawl is the main shopping destination with many shops that sell local and imported clothes. Dawrpui is the hub, which houses the main shopping places like Millennium Centre, Zion Street and Bara Bazar, where one would find stalls selling hand-woven traditional garbs, finely-woven handloom shawls, colourful bags and bamboo handicrafts. Mizoram’s exquisite shawls and bags are adorned with traditional patterns, which are woven by Mizo women from cotton and woollen yarns on the loin-loom. The Khumbeu, a ceremonial Mizo hat is made using the waterproof hnahthial leaves. The Government’s Handloom Emporium at Ritz market and Luangmual Handicrafts Centre are the best places to buy handcrafted items. Zohanco in Zarkawt has shawls, traditional Mizo puans, bags and furnishing material for homes. There are also several privately owned local handloom, weaving, fashion accessories and handicrafts brands such as Zozia, the Ethnic Warehouse, Lenbuang, Ngote, Hnamchhantu Pawl, Zonun Sang Handlooms, TL Handlooms etc., scattered throughout the city. Other interesting shopping centres would be the New Market, Ritz Market, Bazar Bungkawn, Lalbuaia Shopping Complex, Zodin Square, TS Market, Thakthing Bazar and Solomon's Cave, a shopper’s paradise for imported garments, cosmetics and shoes.