Indian Model Group presents Piccadily Glam Night in Chandigarh

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NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Indian Model Group is going to organize a Piccadily Glam Night 2016, at Hotel Piccadily, Sector 22 in Chandigarh today. At a very grand scale with 28 models and four leading designers of north India including Super Model Bhawna Ahuja, Super Model Deepika Yadav, Model Heena Bhardwaj will be the part of the fashion show. This is a third huge event by IMG in Tricity with a motto to give a professional platform to the talented people and giving a chance to walk on ramp under the guidance of professional people in the industry

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The models will strut down the ramp in ensembles designed by renowned designers of north India – John Bosco, Seema Kashyap, Faisal Kareem and Basant Raj, who created an electric showcasing of modern style and classic clothes with their trendy, snazzy and voguish collection. The models also flaunt their stunning hairstyles which included very innovative and classic braids and buns.

Speaking at the event Sunny Verma, MD, IMG said,” Glam Night is not only a concept to start fashion shows in the city, the concept is to connect fresh talent with top designers or mentors of the Industry. Generally Freshers have to face big problems to work with big names. But IMG took initiative to take away this gap.

This time we are doing a grand fashion show with 28 models and 4 top designers of the north India. Piccadily Glam Night is an opportunity for young and talented models to experience the electric energy of a major runway production. Through such kind of shows we generate more opportunities and platform to the people not only from Chandigarh but also from surrounding cities. Fashion shows are a great source of knowledge for improving one’s fashion sense

Mr. Verma also said, I would like to congratulate young talent such as Mr. Pushpak chandra for her remarkable performance These fashion shows are not only providing great opportunity to young models, but also help to develop their skills and provide a volunteer position to the entire bay.”