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Delhi’s crème de la crème attends Born of Web’s first bash!

Delhi’s movers and shakers raised the toast to the successful conclusion of the first edition of Born of Web‘s series Women Achievers Diary

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What’s in a joke? FDCI President Sunil Sethi & fashion designer Samant Chauhan in a candid moment/S KUMAR

After all the hard work of several months, it was time to thank everyone who contributed in this small yet precious journey of Born of Web. Our first bash, hosted by Gatsby by BW (Greater Kailash, New Delhi) last weekend, was attended by ace fashion entrepreneurs, women achievers, beauty connoisseurs and party circuit’s movers and shakers.

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Like Mother, Like Daughter: Shahnaz Husain & Nelofar Currimbhoy

FDCI President Sunil Sethi was seen hanging out, taking selfies with fashion designers. Shahnaz Husain, the czarina of the beauty industry, was busy chatting with her daughter Nelofar Currimbhoy, who’s also the president of Shahnaz Husain group. Senior designers such as Madhu Jain, Ashima Singh, Sonam Dhubal were exchanging pleasantries with younger icons like Samant Chauhan, Nida Mahmood, Dhruv Vaish and Deepa Sondhi to name a few.

(Don’t Miss) Kalki Koechlin: I have always had to explain myself how I could be so ‘foreign’ in my skin colour

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(l-r) Ashima Singh, Madhu Jain & Josefina Young

Bubbles Sabharwal’s hobnobbed with her gang of girls that also included beauty expert Bharti Taneja, senior scribes Rana Siddiqui and Shashi Sunny. Classical danseuse Pratibha Prahlad was overheard discussing story of sustainable fashion and India’s cultural scene with designer Sonal Dhubal. Aman Bhandari of Gatsby By BW kept flowing the most exotic champagnes and summer cocktails paired by exquisite dishes as he personally took care of the guests.

(Don’t Miss) Nayanika Chatterjee: Dark is not ugly

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(l-r) Karan Bhardwaj, Sunil Sethi, Nida Mahmood & Samant Chauhan

The evening also marked successful conclusion of Born of Web‘s much-discussed web series titled Women Achievers Diary. Aired for over two months on Born of Web’s digital platforms, the special initiative saluted the spirit of womanhood and featured some of the most prolific women achievers from different walks of life such as Bollywood actor Kalki Koechlin, designer Ritu Beri, danseuse Shovana Narayan, supermodel Nayanika Chatterjee, writer Namita Gokhale and textile conservationist Vidhi Singhania to name a few.

My desire is to open Indian doors to luxury brands from various countries: Ritu Beri

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Fashion designer Charu Parashar 

(Don’t miss) Shovana Narayan: My life is influenced by lessons of Gita

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(l-r) Bharti Taneja, Gunjan Gaur & Pratibha Prahlad

This is our dream project which is aimed at bringing forth inspiring stories of incredible women who have defeated insurmountable obstacles, only to set legendary legacies and institutions behind them,” said Karan Bhardwaj, founder, BornofWeb.com

Guests were pampered with giveaways from the evening’s associate sponsors with hampers by Shahnaz Husain, Wikka: Potions for Aromatherapy, Santoshii Cosmetology & Laser Clinic, UberLux India. W Five Communication Pvt Ltd, the communication partner of the evening, played a catalyst’s role in the final execution of the event.

Would love to retell story of Radha from Indian mythology: Namita Gokhale, JLF co-founder & author

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Karan Bhardwaj, Shahnaz Husain & Aman Bhandari

 (Don’t Miss) Advocate Chandrani Prasad: A exemplary champion of women’s rights

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(l-r) Shashi Sunny, Sonam Dhubal & Bipin Nayak

(Don’t Miss) Dr Ekta Chadha, the lady behind the perfect smile of many known faces

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Women Achievers: Tamanna Singh, Sushma Mathur & Chandrani Prasad

(Don’t Miss) Rough days have added to my strength as a designer: Jaya Misra

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Amit Tyagi & Priyanka Tyagi

(Don’t Miss) Bharti Taneja: The golden lady of India’s beauty industry

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Dr Ekta Chadha

(Don’t Miss) Introducing Sushma Mathur, an extraordinary corporate lawyer and a compassionate human being

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Chandrani Prasad

(Don’t Miss) Meet designer Deepa Sondhi, a wild card entry who’s taking the fashion scene by storm

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Akshay Tyagi & Rupal Shabnam Tyagi

Don’t miss- Want to see a better future for weavers: Vidhi Singhania, Textile Crusader 

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(l-r) Gunjan Gaur, Tamanna Singh, Sonal Jindal, Ashima Singh, Sanaa Singhania, Bharti Taneja

Don’t miss- There’s no fun without competition in business: Mallika Jain, founder, Fashion Capsule

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Sunil Sethi with Deepa Sondhi

 

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Bubbles Sabharwal

 

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Author & News presenter Yasser Usman

 

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Ratika Seth

 

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(l-r) Sounak Sen Barat, Nida Mahmood, Akshat Kapoor & Samant Chauhan

 

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Chandrani Prasad & Ruchira Prasad

 

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Sanaa Singhania & Shahnaaz Khan

 

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Anjali Lal Gulati with Amit Gulati

 

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Sushma Mathur & Brijesh Mathur

 

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Amit Sanyal, Karan Bhardwaj, Abhinav Sood, Malvika Nanda & Rishabh Raj

 

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Shilpa Raina Wahal, Ratan Kaul, Sonal Jindal, Sushma Mathur & Ratika Sood

 

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Aman Bhandari & Karan Bhardwaj

 

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Malvika Nanda & Priyanka Tyagi

 

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Karan Bhardwaj, Vicky Vohra & Shilpa Arora

 

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Ruchira Prasad, Chandrani Prasad, Priyanka Tyagi, Rashi Rohatgi, Sushma Mathur & Tamanna Singh

 

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(l-r) Imtiaz Alam, Malvika Nanda, Karan Bhardwaj & Abhinav Sood

PS: The complete gallery has been uploaded on Born of Web’s Facebook Page!

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