Bhopal turns the heat on with fashion show

Fusion of fashion and music: Bhopal witnessed a happening bash recently at Dhuaa Lounge that had city-based fashion models and designers from different parts of the country letting their hair down.

Organised to mark the launch of Naughty Winter, a fashion show held in the city, the do had all the participating designers and models grooving to the tunes of DJ Shibu.Read more
Courtesy :timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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