Jaipur: Divya Nehra from Chandigarh was crowned as Miss VogueStar India while Amrita Kumari Keshari form Goa and Sangeeta Pacchani form Assam won Mrs VogueStar India title at Le Meridian Hotel.
The all-India beauty pageant and fashion show was organized by VogueStar, an inclusive platform of the women and by the women supporting them.
The much awaited Ms VogueStar India and Mrs Voguestar India and Fashion Week 2023 kicked off on Friday where 80 state level winners showcased best of their skills on the dais while competing with each other to win the competition. The glam show saw the who’s who of Jaipur fashion industry and was lit up by the presence of many celebrated personalities like Abhimanyu Tomar, Founder, Styleskool, Anjali Gupta, Director, HIFT and Swati Kumar, Ex- Crown Holder to name a few.
Elating on the success of VogueStar beauty pageant and fashion show, Kirti Choudhary, Founder, VogueStar, said, “It is a moment of great pride and satisfaction to see these enthusiastic women being crowned after working rigorously for months. The support that I received from these women from across the age in terms of participation, managing and making it a success has one again infilled my confidence in my belief of creating equal opportunities for all women irrespective of their age, shape or size. I am really thrilled with success of VogueStar beauty pageant 2023.”
Divided into two categories, the contest crowned three national winners under Miss VogueStar India and Mrs VogueStar India.
The Mrs VogueStar India was further categorized into two groups where in the group one married women of 18-35 age group while group 2 represented the women belong to 36-60 age group. The idea behind this categorization was to ensure fair competition and inclusion of women across the age groups and relationship status to perform with best of their real abilities.
The grand finale of Miss and Mrs VogueStar India 2023 and VogueStar Fashion Week witnessed the participation of 700 participants from across the states who were groomed for six months by a team of beauty, fitness and grooming experts. Under the choreography of Alison Woodham, the grand finale displayed the talented fashion designers’ experimentation, both in fabric and silhouette.
The event was managed by an all-female team of VogueStar abiding by its motto of creating a safe space for women. The nation-wide event received registrations from 1200 passionate women from 28 states and eight union territories who wanted to create a mark in the society. After registration, the organization hosted state-wise beauty contests to select one winner from each region. VogueStar also invited budding and emerging fashion designers from all over the county to represent their state during the event. The 30 selected designers worked hard for months and created an exquisite collection of jewellery and outfits for the grand finale. Sataara Fashions was the official jewelry partner of the event.