Cappadocia [Turkey], June 28 (ANI / PNN): Fashion mob recently took a fashion photoshoot at scenic locations in Cappadocia and Istanbul, Turkey. The previous edition of the fashion show was shot in Milan, Bali, Paris and London. The fashion shoot was accompanied by a virtual fashion show in association with Bani Pasricha followed by a fashion film shoot with Pink Peacock Couture by Masumi Mewawalla, Rimple and Harpreet Narula, fashion designer Michael Cinco, Mohit Falod and Ashok Maanay.
The idea behind the shoot was to create a beautiful pictorial series with clothing that showcases the talent, hard work of the designers and gives a visual vibe for the end user to choose and own the sets.
The fashion crowd is led by Lokesh, an internationally renowned Indian fashion director and choreographer. He is known for his precise imagination which he also makes a beautiful reality. Amazing photos were taken on set by talented photo artist Siddharth Pruthi, while Cleopatra’s makeovers ensured the makeup play was on point throughout the shoot. The props used during the filming were sourced from Raabta by Rahul. Advertising for the concept is done by publicist Ankita Sule. When asked about the concept of Lokesh, I like to experiment with visual displays, whether it’s a ramp or a shoot. The idea behind working with these amazing designers was to give visual representation to the people who will make these designs theirs. I feel honored to make Fashion Mob a way to turn dreams into reality.
The shoot was accompanied by Bani Pasricha’s Virtual Show. Bani is known for his outstanding work in India and abroad. His designs exude international charm with a touch of Indianness and that is why his designs are appreciated by many. To find out more log on to http://fashionmobofficial.com/
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