Fashionista’s day out 

Coloumnist Vibhuti Jain takes us through the week's happening events across Hyderabad. 

author_img Vibhuti Jain Published :  09th February 2018 06:00 AM   |   Published :   |  09th February 2018 06:00 AM

Sania Mirza at Cancer Crusaders Cup 2018

On Friday, I headed to Taj Krishna for Made-To-Measure event where I interacted with renowned Italian designer Vito Notaristefano. At the event organised by popular menswear brand Tailorman, Vito shared his tips on clothing and styling for the modern man.

Being an art lover, my next stop was the ninth season of ‘Colours of Novotel’, a group art exhibition at Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) on Saturday. It was a perfect evening as I browsed through the beautiful creations curated byRangoli Garg, while sipping on signature cocktails. Also present were socialists Shagun, Raunaq Yaar Khan and Ananya Simlai.

Meanwhile, Shubham Jewellers’ Managing Director Ritesh Agarwal celebrated his 40th birthday in style with friends and family at his residence. Dressed in their best, guests relished delicious Italian and Indian dishes, accompanied by cocktails. While some posed for the shutterbugs, others were seen dancing to popular Bollywood tunes, as Ritesh sang a few songs himself.

My weekend ended with the launch of the international product – WAX HANDS, brought specially by Wax Hand Wizards at Eat Street on Sunday. The brand provides wax sculptures for hands in different  shapes and colours. The products are also seen at all Madame Tussaud’s museums around the world.

Later that evening, I attended the Cancer Crusaders Invitation Cup – 2018. With over 250 golfers participating, the tournament was organised as a fundraiser and cancer awareness initiative by Cancer Crusaders of CURE Foundation and Apollo Cancer Hospital at Hyderabad Golf Club. The celebrity playoff had women from all walks of life including ace tennis player Sania Mirza, Shikha Goel, Ananda Shankar Jayant, classical dancer, Shilpa Reddy, fashion designer and actresses Ritika Singh and Hebah Patel.

(The writer is an animal lover, solo traveller and the founder of Touch a Life Foundation.)