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Global touch to Fashion Week

Marcela Sevcikoca, Slovakia (23)
Why the Indian ramp?

The Indian fashion industry is vibrant and exciting; the designers here are talented and experimentative. It’s an exciting place to be.

Prior work?
I have worked in Paris, Milan and Slovakia.

Marcela Sevcikoca

Your background?
I am currently pursuing my Diploma in Law along with modelling. In my free time, I love camping and taking part in extreme sports. 

Favourite Indian dish?
Chicken Tikka

Favourite Indian designer?
Gaurav Gupta

Comfortable in Indian outfits?
I have already undertaken a few modelling assignments in India. So, I’m very comfortable in lehengas and sarees.

Olha Torovik, Ukraine (24)
Why the Indian ramp?

I admire Indian designers who are full of creativity and are passionate about their work. It is always a pleasure to work with them.

Prior work?
All over Asia.

Your background?
I have been a part of the modelling industry for nearly nine years. 

Olha Torovik

Favourite Indian dish?
Most South Indian dishes.

Favourite Indian designer?
Tarun Tahiliani, Manish Arora, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna.

Comfortable in Indian outfits?
I am very comfortable in a saree; I was born in it! 

Reka Kuzma, Hungary (23)
Why the Indian ramp?

When I wear traditional Indian clothes, I feel like I belong here.

Prior work?
India is the first country where I have taken up modelling assignments. 

Reka Kuzma

Your background?
Three years ago I was a Media student in a Hungarian University, but I kept that on hold when I moved to India to pursue modelling.

Favourite Indian dish?
Butter Chicken

Favourite Indian designer?
Manish Malhotra and Rocky S

Comfortable in Indian outfits?
I am comfortable in them now. Earlier, I faced some difficulty handling the saree and lehenga but I got used to it. 

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