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Ministry Of Design hosts fashion show for NGO Umeed
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Mar '15
The Indian bridal fashion specialist Ministry Of Design has recently staged an exquisite fashion show in association with a new NGO working for the betterment of girls less than 25 years of age named Umeed.

The event, which also marked the official launch of the New Delhi-based charitable organization, featured an array of exquisite ethnic and Indo-western looks as well as gowns, all enhanced with intricate detailing and heavy embroidery.

Speaking on the association, the brand’s designer duo Rashima and Winky Singh stated in a press release, “It was an immense pleasure to collaborate with the launch of this new NGO called ‘Umeed’. We are glad that our charitable fashion show was a hit and audiences loved it! Also this collaboration includes our tie-up with the NGO as well.”

“We will soon be designing a wedding trousseau entirely for a girl from the NGO and serve the girls simultaneously with dresses according to their choice, since we believe every girl deserves to look gorgeous,” the duo further reveals.

Known for introducing fusionwear with intricate cutwork and appliqués to the Indian market, the Ministry Of Design specialises in intricately crafted bridal couture designs and bespoke services. (PB)

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