Actress Iti Acharya walked the ramp as a celebrity show stopper at KGFW 2021, held at Bangalore

November 17, 2021

Iti Acharya graced the ramp for the KGFW 2021 and she was the show stopper at the event held at Bangalore. Iti wore a Little white dress designed by a young designer Dina from Shillong, for the show. She looked absolutely stunning and to be honest we haven't seen someone pull off the little white dress like Iti did. Sustainability was at the core of the fashion show and it promotes that. The show was organised by JAS Studio owned by Jyothsana Venkatesh in collaboration with INIFD Bangalore. A total of 16 designers from actoss the country participated and showcased their upcoming collections. It was a great amalgamation of talent and experience in the fashion industry. Maximum designers and other participants were female,  giving a great platform to upcoming female enterpreneurs, a platform to shine. The show was one of the biggest events held post covid era and was done with an intention of restarting the Fashion - Entertainment Industry with a bang. And it would be an understatement statement to just say that it had served it's purpose as it has gone beyond that. 

We spoke to the pretty actress and here is what she has got to say, “The reason I chose to walk for this designer is because her collection is sustainable fashion. The dress I wore is styled and recreated keeping in mind sustainability and yet fashionable. I love the  colour white and for me It represents power. The show promoted female creators and designers with sustainability at its heart and I knew that it was in the absolute right place. It had also helped kickstart the events industry in Bangalore and it was much needed as thousands of livelihood is associated with it. Thank you all for supporting and turning up."

Iti Acharya was a sight for the sore eyes. The fashion was critical in terms of Kickstarting business and Iti put the icing on the cake by being the show stopper. Way to go girl.

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