Global Fashion Network to host awards night in October

By Our Reporter

Global Fashion Network (GFN) is hosting IFM Awards to find and reward the best fashion professionals in Australia and celebrate Indian Fashion in STYLE. The Award Ceremony and Fashion show will be hosted in Sydney on 10 October.

The jury panel for the IFM Awards includes Indian fashion personalities Liza Varma (former Femina Miss India and Trainer of Miss World Manushi Chillar), Varun Katyal (celebrity pageant groomer), Hida Siddiqui (Femina Style Diva), Rony Kaula (filmmaker and photographer), and Joy Mitra (fashion designer).

There are multiple categories of awards for models, fashion designers, make-up artists, fashion photographers, and stylists and fashion bloggers.

In the Model Category there are 10 sub categories including Emerging Model of year, Curvy Model of the Year and Petite Model of Year. To make it more inclusive, there are special category awards for fashion professionals of neighbouring countries like Fiji, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, who work and contribute in Indian Fashion.

Prad Vats, CEO of Global Fashion Network (GFN), who has come out with the vision of IFM Awards, is excited with the response received from many fashion professionals in Australia and India. “Our aim through IFM Awards is to provide a professional, accessible, trustful & Big Fashion Platform to create opportunities for all fashion professionals and help Indian Fashion to shine more in Australia & other countries,” says Vats.

GFN is an exclusive fashion platform to connect and collaborate with Fashion Professionals. It runs various programs in fashion in Sydney, Melbourne and Delhi ranging from model training, hosting fashion shows and designer collection launches to publication of fashion magazines.

If you want to participate contact Team GFN either through or through Facebook page ‘Global Fashion Network’. The last date of submission of nomination is 10 August.

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