Ruhi Singh is famous all around India for her successes in beauty competitions: she became Miss India in 2012 and has been recently crowned Miss Universal Peace and Humanity 2014.
Above this, we will soon see her on the big screen, because of her participation to the movie “Calendar Girls”, by Madhur Bhandarkar.
This time she revealed her sensitive side, walking the ramp with children to showcase Medha Nanda’s collection at India Kids Fashion Week.
The Indian designer, Medha Nanda, is a mother herself and has had to always deal with problems of availability of children's dresses. As she said, indeed, the main problem for mothers is to find what to make your children wear when they are invited to a special Indian occasion, such as a wedding or a reception.
For these events children need outfits made specifically for them and mothers cannot find designer Indian wear in stores or boutique around India very easily.
From this problem was born the idea to create a line focused on Indian festive wear for kids, under the label Nona. The first collection is called “Lotus”, as a symbol of peace and tranquillity, as well as constituting India’s national flower. What the designer liked about the flower is also its capability to express purity and rebirth, all meanings that are loved by children.
The show was beautiful and both Medha and Ruhi really appreciated working with kids as models. Indeed they walked down the ramp accompanied by the designer, even if they were so confident in themselves that they really didn’t need any help. This was a big surprise for Ruhi, who confessed that at their age she was quite the contrary: shy and private.
Medha instead was very happy about the final result and proud of her little models!
Source: Everything Experiential