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Manish Malhotra Fashion Show on Feb 20
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Trinity Investment Partners, in association with NPA Events, will raise funds for local charities Dar al Atta’a and the Oman Cancer Association through a star-studded charity dinner scheduled for February 20 on the lawns of InterContinental Muscat.

After having brought the likes of Ustad Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan in concert, MF Husain’s exhibition of his selected works; Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Arjun Rampal and other stars of Rajneeti; Naseeruddin Shah and Ratna Pathak Shah in their period drama Dear Liar and many other such events to Muscat, Trinity Investment Partners and NPA Events now bring to Oman an extraordinary fashion show by Manish Malhotra, the world renowned fashion designer from India.

Manish will be bringing his entire team to showcase his latest creations and couture in a spellbinding show. This one and a half hour event will showcase some of his original and stunning designs and will be presented by his professional troupe consisting of 20 talented and famous ramp models from Mumbai.

Manish has designed costumes for most of the leading ladies of Bollywood and has added credence to his repertoire as an internationally acclaimed and much sought after designer with outfits for various leading Hollywood divas including Demi Moore, Kylie Minogue, Reese Witherspoon, Karolina Kurk-ova, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. He was, in fact, even asked to design the costumes for the late Michael Jackson’s planned Bollywood show.

Manish has been known to make all of his shows spectacularly mesmerising visual treats. His creations are vibrant with bold and bright colours and add sparkle to a woman’s personality, while subtly reflecting their inner beauty through his well-designed and creative outfits. Drawing upon his roots, Manish excels in intricate designs that showcase and capture the rich cultural and traditional beauty of the ancient Indian art forms. All his designs depict ethnicity, creativity, elegance and most importantly his signature style.

The entire proceeds from the event, less the expenses incurred, will be donated to support Oman Cancer Association and Dar al Atta’a. Interested patrons can contact Thomas Joseph, event director at NPA Events, on 99878330 for more information on participating in this charity drive and helping a worthy cause.

  

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