Daboo Ratnani shoots the first edition of the India Resortwear fashion calendar
This December, E-sense entertainment is all set to bring India Resortwear Fashion Week to the fashion capital of India, Mumbai
With the third edition of the fashion extravaganza, E-sense will also be releasing the very first edition of the India Resortwear Fashion Calendar.
The 2014 India Resortwear Fashion Calendar is headed our way this December, and is slated to be India’s next big fashion calendar. To ensure the same, E-sense has got on board a team comprising of designer Rocky S as the creative director, Aki Narula as the stylist, Dessange Paris as its hair and make-up partner, Toabh as the talent management agency and ace fashion photographer, Daboo Ratnani.
The calendar is a perfect blend of fashion, fun and glamour. Comprising of beautiful pristine beach, silver sand at the Ramada caravela beach resort-Goa. The India Resortwear Fashion Week Calendar 2014 is also shot in some of the other most exotic locations in India and features gorgeous models.
Reema Rathod, spokesperson from E-sense, says, “We are elated to be launching the India Resortwear Fashion Calendar this December. Through this calendar we intend to carve a niche for resortwear in the fashion industry and give it an identity of its own by entering into a region that has never been approached before. In the years to come, we aim at satisfying the fashion urges of fashion lovers and connoisseurs and become a prized possession in the resortwear industry.”
Known for his annual calendar, which has become a highly notable showbiz event in India since its first publication in 1999, celebrity photographer Daboo Ratnani says, “This year, in addition to my own calendar, I have the India Resortwear Fashion Calendar that I am anxiously looking forward to. I am delighted to be a part of an initiative that provides resortwear a distinct identity in the fashion fraternity. Our concept is fun, sexy and glamorous at the same time. We have made special efforts by focusing on the background work of the pictures so that each one has a story to tell.”