Pune: Four Pillars Event Management Services in association with Kallakar Factory hosted a fashion show full of glitz and glamour – Couture Rampe, at Raga Lawns in Pune. This fashion show also marks the completion of 2 years of Kallakar Factory which is located in Pune. Well known celebrities from the film and television industry like Sameer Dharmadhikari and Deepshika Nagpal were present for the event in Pune.
The event witnessed over 80 upcoming models walking the ramp, who have been groomed and trained under Kallakar factory. Various upcoming designers of Pune displayed their collections through Casual, Vintage Ethnic and Party Wear. The final round was the bridal wear which was choreographed by Pune’s very own Chaitanya Gokhale.
Sameer Pawani, Director, Four Pillars Event Management Services said, “We are delighted to be a part of this project. It is amazing to see such platforms being initiated to discover future models in the country. India has a vast pool of talent in every sector and having channels to find such talent is a great initiative.”
Talking about this event, Pankaj Satav of Kallakar Factory said, “Couture Rampe is a unique initiative of Kallakar Factory dedicated towards fashion and glamour. Further to Kallakar Factory’s commitment to provide opportunities to upcoming talent, Couture Rampe ensures to integrate various fashion and glamour world under one roof. Their aim is to create opportunities, formulate personalities to meet the industry standards and ensure to provide the required breakthrough.
Students, recent graduates and everyone who has the urge to be in the entertainment business can use Kallakar Factory’s helping hands and walk in the right direction of their career path. Their mantra to make it right is ‘Talent’ and ‘Passion’ for art.
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