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SANJANA KALRA, KUMAR ASHISH, JOYEETA KUMAR, PREETI GHAI, AMIT KUMAR, ANUBHA DAWAR

SUMAAYA - BEST TEXTILE DESIGN COLLECTION

KUMAR ASHISH, RAVINDER KUMAR, KANWALJIT SINGH, SANJANA KALRA, JOYEETA KUMAR, DR DHIRAJ GUPTA

AASHISH KHURAANA, SAPNA TEWARI, KRISHAN TEWARI, RAVINDER KUMAR, KANWALJIT SINGH, HARSH KHULLAR, DR DHIRAJ GUPTA, ANUJ LALWANI, SONIA JETLEEY

RAHUL MAKIN, SANJANA KALRA KAPPIL KISHOR, KANWALJIT SINGH, SANJANA KALRA, RICHA SRIVASTAVA, POOJA CHERNALIA

OPPOSITES ATTRACT - BEST ACCESSORIZED COLLECTION

MAKE THE CUT - BEST DESIGN COLLECTION

OPPOSITES ATTRACT - BEST ACCESSORIZED COLLECTION

MANBHAVTI - MOST COMMERCIAL COLLECTION - COPY

International Polytechnic for Women (IPW) organized its annual Fashion Event ‘Kaleidoscope’2018’ on 6th of April 2018. The show was a platform for the students to showcase their creative talent, while creating a bridge between the students, the media and commercial markets. The Guests of Honour at the event were Ravinder Kumar, Deputy Director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan, Directorate of Education, Govt. of N.C.T of Delhi. Kumar Ashish, Senior General Manager-Head North India, ICICI Bank. Dr. Dhiraj Gupta, Consultant Cardiologist & Electrophysiologist, Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital, U.K. The Hon’Jury members were Sonia Jetleey, Fashion Designer; Pawan Sachdeva, Fashion Designer; Joyeeta Kumar, Fashion Retail Professional; Anuj Lalwani, Designer Stylist; Preeti Ghai, Fashion Designer and Harsh Khullar, Fashion Director & Celebrity Stylist. The Show was choreographed/directed by Fashion Director- Kaushik Ghosh and the show was hosted by RJ Rahul Makin. The theme of the show this year was ‘REVIVAL OF INDIAN ART’. The students had designed garments taking inspiration from the various embroideries & crafts of India. In the words of Sanjana Kalra, Executive Director, IPW, “India is a land with rich cultural heritage. The various cultures, religions and regions of the country are a home to a variety of brilliant arts & crafts.” The focus of the show was on good design that is an ideal blend of creativity, which matches form and function. The objective of the fashion show was to present the creations of the students and give them due exposure, helping them in their future endeavors. The creations of the Fashion & Textile Design students were showcased under 11 categories, ranging from ramp wear to formal executive wear - ‘Phulwaari’, ‘Manbhavti’, ‘Kesariya’, ‘Opposites Attract’, ‘Sumaaya’, ‘Language of Threads’,’ Nrittyam’, ‘Baliye’, ‘Come Together’, etc…collections as diverse as their names suggest. The International Polytechnic for Women (IPW) presented this event with the pride of accomplishment in providing the Indian design industry, professionals committed to service & excellence. Kaleidoscope 2018 was the culmination of 3 years training in Fashion/Textile Design, which covers the development of the design from the source of inspiration to the finished product. The show was rocked by popular Indian and International models.


Meghna Chopra has achieved a lot in young age of 37 years. She is beautiful and ambitious. She got married for 17 years, after marriage also she continued to dream and work for her own dreams. Read more to know about her…

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Meghna maintains a healthy balance between her home front and work schedules and makes sure that her kids never get neglected. She manages both her roles very efficiently. She is very simple yet stylish girl who knows that nothing comes easy in this world, one has to work hard for it. Meghna believes that strong determination and positivity plays important role in achieving your goals. She always respects elders and mentors for they are the ones who show us the way to win over million of hearts and rule the world and spread happiness around. She would like to make women realize their worth so that they come out of their busy routines, take out time for themselves, find their own hidden talents and work hard on it polish their skills and emerge as a winner to the world. It’s high time they should realize that all men and women are to be treated as equals.

HER ACHIEVEMENTS: - NATIONAL WOMENS EXCELLENCE AWARDEE 2018 - MRS. STYLE ICON 2017 - ELITE FACE OF INDIA - BRAND AMBASSADOR ELITE CLUB PATIALA - AWARDED AESTHETICS INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATE OF HONOR FOR BEING PART OF J-AESTHETICS ADVERTISEMENT CAMPAIGN 2016 - BRAND PROMOTER FOR AESTHETICS INTERNATIONAL KIDS FASHION RUNWAY - ONE OF 100 FACES IN AESTHETICS INTERNATIONAL CLUB - AUDITION JURY IN MANY PRESTIGIOUS BEAUTY PAGEANTS - HONOURED BY PRESIDENT GAREEB SEVA SOCIETY PATIALA FOR MY ACHIEVEMENTS AT PROGRAM ‘ZINDAGI-RU-BA-RU’ - ATTAINED GOLD 1998 AND SILVER 1997 STANDARD OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S AWARD - HONOURED BY PRESIDENT NEW WOMEN EMPOWERMENT NGO PATIALA FOR MY ACHIEVEMENTS - SHE ALSO HAS BEEN SELECTED FOR WOMEN’S ACHIEVER AWARDS ON 25 MARCH


(L-R) RAVI SHARMA FOUNDER PRAMA JYOTI FOUNDATION WITH RASHI ANAND FOUNDER LAKSHYAM, POONAM ANAND CHAIRPERSON LAKSHAYM, ACTOR BOMAN IRANI WITH KIDS

ACTOR BOMAN IRANI AND RASHI ANAND WITH LAKSHYAM KIDS

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Summer is going to be super-hot, I mean with the temperature rising. In this season, you need to be super cool and look sizzling hot. Putting together a closet full of clothes that fit her just right – it’s certainly difficult for a woman. The fundamental idea of course is that you don't become a victim of the trends but hold styles that suit your body type. What is more important is to wear clothes that cover the bulges or other fault-finding areas of your body, and amp up the good features. I am sure you know which your best assets are. So, let’s see how we can play with best assets. Let’s see some of the easy ideas how to play your best ones up. Perfect 36 or more - Having a perfect 36 is blessing and matter to be proud n perfect. Apart from being proud of big breasts, you need to dress them up right to avoid them from looking outlandish. You will look fine if you avoid high neck outfits and necklines that are above your collar bones. Rather, decide on deep V-shaped and sweetheart necklines, or halter tops to showoff your collarbones, and a wee bit of cleavage for a super sexy look. Angel Arms - Having perfect arms is either a gift of your genes or your workout regime. Whatever be the reason, be sure that you know how to show them off in the best way. Go in for one-shoulder dresses as it will not let the attention deviate to the cleavage. Ruffled sleeves and racer backs are the perfect styles to choose in a dress or a top. Your arms will look even sexier when moisturized well, especially the area around the elbows. Beautiful Back - There is no rocket science in choosing a backless number to flaunt a super sexy back. Go in for a stick on bra to highlight your back completely. A simple dress or a top with sheer lacy back is also a nice way to get all the attention to your back in a subtle manner. Tops and dresses that have cut-outs on the back are good for you if you wish to stay slightly conservative. Bottom Beauty - If you have an enviable bottom, then you must always turn out in dresses and skirts with some ruching on the side. It will accentuate your curves just right. Go in for cropped tops or jackets to show them off, but steer away from baggy jeans or pants that would unnecessary add volume to your bottom. A perfect pair of skinny jeans that are neither too low nor too high would look perfect too. Experiment with pencil pants or skirts in a variety of colours. If you are going for snug dresses or skirts, especially in thinner fabrics, then go for seamless panties or thongs.

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BE COOL AND LOOK HOT

THIS SUMMER ARTICLE BY: MEHUL SUTHAR | PICTURES BY: UMANG BHATT


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