By: Sourendra Kumar Das
One of India’s leading celebrity make-up artist and hair stylist Marvie Ann Beck and acclaimed bridal wear designer Shruti Bhandari unveiled D-Day’s secrets for brides and grooms through a fashion and beauty workshop. The event was organised in association with India’s premier online fashion and lifestyle portal fashionmostwanted.com. Many brides and grooms to be attended this workshop on Saturday, October 27, 2012, at Marvie’s Luxury Unisex Salon and Make-Up Academy, Bandra, Mumbai.
Many A-listers headed to Marvie’s Luxury Unisex Salon to experience and learn the techniques of getting a flawless bridal look. This, as they enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres accompanied with wine and summery cocktails. Just perfect for a leisurely Saturday evening!
Fashion is passion for designer Shruti Bhandari. She has revived the Udaipur’s 400-year-old Danka embroidery craft in her latest bridal collection. “It was great to interact with brides and get an insight about their likes and dislikes. I am in awe of Marvie’s splendid work. Her make-up complemented my collection,” Shruti Bhandari said.
Marvie Ann Beck who is one of the panellists for Femina Miss India shared her invaluable secrets and prepping up tips for D-Day. While three sultry models wore Shruti’s modish ensembles, Marvie completed the look with ethereal make-up.
The event was a brainchild of Jeremy Cabral, head of FashionMostWanted. “People usually find celebrity make-up artists and professional designers out of their reach. Wedding is one such an event where no one wants to go wrong. This was a unique platform where women could meet experts from the field to shun fears (fashion and beauty) about D-Day. The response was overwhelming and I know they have taken home some valuable tips,” said Jeremi Cabral.