Sangeetha Studio's fashion festival to showcase Indian ethnic wear in Hyd
Hyderabad, January 3, 2019: Hyderabad based Sangeetha Studio has organized two day Fashion Festival here in the city at Sapthparni on Road No. 8 in Banjara Hills on 4th and 5th.
In connection with the same a special preview by way of Mini Fashion Show was organized for the media today. Where ten models sporting 30 outfits—Kalam Kari sarees and Lehangas, showcased the collection.
Designed in Breathable clothes, ten models showcased the collection in two sequences
The major attraction was the show stoppers.
A 60yrs Old widower Ayamma Lakshmi Amma; Rajitha a sales girls fighting divorce at 20 years age; Rajani, a mother who is a tailor and another mother Priya, an engineer turned teacher both mothers struggling to raise special kids were show stoppers at the Mini Fashion Show. They walked the ramp along with Sangeetha Rajesh.
Some of these show stoppers are from underprivileged backgrounds. They were given a complete makeover, from toe to head and granted gift of happiness on the eve of new year.
Some mothers who struggled and dedicated their lives to raise special children were given due credit for their effort and appreciated.
PRIYA, who moved away from Dubai to India as her son was not accepted in schools there, because he was mentally retardants. Priya, who was engineer, quit her job, became a teacher, then a remedial teacher for the sake of her child. Approached Smiles, a school run by Sangeetha Rajesh. Her son, who could not hold a pencil once is now able to write ten sentences well, informed PRIYA.
The show was live streamed by way of Webcasting across the globe for its customers as well as to Sangeetha's Facebook 4.5 lakh followers.
To gift happiness on this New Year 2019 eve, we have handpicked few girls/women who fought and fighting for their life. And we gave them cool makeover. Clothes make a difference. They give dignity. Through the makeover we have transformed few girls/women. It is a feel good factor for them as well as to us, said Sangeetha Rajesh, an Academician turned self taught fashion designer.