“Our aim is to make women self-sufficient and financially independent so they are free to pursue their dreams and ambitions beyond patriarchal boundaries and live a life on equal parity with men. Only then will India genuinely be ‘Shining’,” said Premila Puri Makh, Founder of Be Kind Movement.
Guests from the world of media, business and politics attended the event, mingled over champagne and canapés whilst enjoying the stunning collection of luxury clothes and accessories by British and Asian designers.
Pria Kataaria Puri’s vibrant collection was complemented beautifully by an exquisite and luxurious collection of jewellery and accessories along with shoes provided by designer labels Chahat Jewellery, Leanne Claxton, Lucy Choi, Rubina Kapoor and Zevar.
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