November 10, 2012

POP-AN-INDO - A 'Fashionable' Photoshoot

CLIENT: POP-AN-INDO
GENRE: FASHION
FASHION DESIGNER: SNEHA ADITYA
MODELS : SHRUTI SHRIYAN, SWATI VISHWANATHAN
LOCATION: BPCL COLONY, CHEMBUR, MUMBAI

Sneha Aditya has been 'under the wraps' in my life for almost 7 years. Our acquaintance goes back to our 11th and 12th std (junior college days) where we used to go to drawing classes for our respective fields (architecture and fashion designing). Though attending the classes for almost 2 years did not make any differences in our drawing, we had our share of impromptu crazy moments. She moved to Pune to study fashion. I attended college in Mumbai itself. We lost touch. After 4 years of completing her B.Design in Symbiosis, she came back home to start her own line POP-AN-INDO after interning and working under a couple of fashion designers. Suddenly we found that we struck a chord. We started hanging out often by default and found comfort in each others company. I understood her world and she reciprocated perfectly. All these happened in a matter of few days. We kept in touch even after I shifted to Bangalore. And now that I am in Mumbai for Diwali, I grabbed the chance to help her out in my own way. My ever supportive besties, Shruti and Swati agreed to model for me without a second thought. We ended up having a symbiotic pleasure out of the photoshoot. I really wish Sneha a grand success in her career, worthy of starting her own line at such a young age. 






















  














P.S: I now have an FB PAGE and a TWITTER A/C that goes by my Brand name LIGHT WEDS SHADOW.

4 comments:

Jay Singh said...

Lovely shots Akila. That too, in humble and serene quarters.
First time around in this blog and the designs look pretty.

Keep it up. Looking forward to more of such posts in the future.

Regards

Jay
http://road-to-sanitarium.blogspot.in/

AKILA VENKAT said...

@Jay Singh : Warm welcome Jay! Keep visiting! I am humbled :)

Subhorup Dasgupta said...

Not qualified to comment on any of the other elements in this post, but loved the pics. Great start. From what little I have seen of your work, you will have mastered this genre too before you know it.

AKILA VENKAT said...

@Dasgupta: I wish your words come true! :)

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