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BATA'S NARI TURNS BAY AREA'S WORKIING MOMS INTO RAMP WALKING FASHIONISTAS!

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Women in many traditions are considered purveyors of culture & guardians of tradition.

This year's Naari event conducted by BATA in Fremont Royal palace not only embodied that sentiment to its core but raised funds for the upliftment of 3800 widows and 40000 down trodden handloom weavers to encourage families to continue a brilliant art form of Indian heritage that's on the brink of extinction.

An amazing once in a life time opportunity was created for women from all walks of life showcasing the beauty from within as believed by national award winner designer and philanthropist Shravan Kumar. He handpicked and draped sarees and outfits for all the women that signed up to model his new collection on the cat walk to raise funds for the cause. This brilliant and caring designer has founded this trust to help many weaving families brought to light. His designs were unique, cutting edge, traditional and feel like second skin.

The evening started off with guests being greeted in the royally decorated foyer with a beautiful back drop for pictures, a large bar providing

 

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