There are tons of talented beings working across different industries of the world, but what essentially helps some of them stay relevant yet unique is their visionary ideas and the resilience with which they work in their respective fields. Anjali Phougat serves as a great example of one such fashionpreneur with her renowned and one-of-a-kind South Asian luxury brand named Designer Dream Collection. She is more than elated and happy for the clients she has served so far in her career, which includes an extensive list of celebrities and prominent personalities. This time around, it was none other than Miss Universe Harnaaz Sandhu.
The fashion entrepreneur is proud that Harnaaz Sandhu (@harnaazsandhu_03/ @missuniverse) is happily fighting the stigma that outfit repeats are “uncool” and proudly wearing the same silver corset from @designerdreamcollection in two different homecoming looks while looking just as ravishing and beautiful the second time as well. This serves to be a great example to many “fashionistas” out there who always look up for a new look for every outing they do. Today, the fashion industry is run and owned by many visionary designers and entrepreneurs who believe in the idea of sustainability in fashion and advice their clients to do the same, to encourage and inspire many others around the world and change the notion to outfit repeats as “cool.”
Designer Dream Collection’s founder says that Harnaaz Sandhu’s outfit repeat with her brand is the perfect example of how a saree blouse and any versatile garment can be reused and styled in multiple different looks, traditional or contemporary, and this is exactly what sustainable fashion is about. She is absolutely stunned by our very own Miss Universe and the way she has been shining as a great example to people across India and the world with her choices.
She is all thumbs up for great versatile styling and creating two gorgeous looks out of the same garment, breaking the norms and giving a beautiful message to the fashion community about recycling and reusing clothes.