Krishna Mehta Hindi Actress
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She is a very famous costume designer in India. She was born in Mumbai on 8th of January in the year 1960. She had completed her degree in commerce from Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics located in Mumbai in the year 1981. Later on, she had completed her masters in fashion designing from Sophia Polytechnic college situated in Mumbai in the year 1987. After completing her commerce degree, she was attracted towards being a fashion designer in the year 1982. At that time, India had started accepting the modern customs apart from the traditional customs that already existed. Her family had a garments business, into which she had also joined in the year 1982. As the time passed by she grew all the way from the coordinator to the designer within a span of nine years. In the year 1990, she had launched her first designer in menswear, which was the latest fashion at that time in the country. The unique design and outfits earned her popularity in men’s fashion. In the year 1994, she came up with an Indo-west line for women, which were unique during that time in the country.

Her brand gained an accelerated growth not only nationally but also internationally. This brand has been promoting the Indian heritage since its establishment. She had established Palanpur Hastakala Pvt. Ltd, which is an NGO that provides employment to men and women who have skills related to hand printing, dyeing, etc. Known as the priestess of classical design, she had been continuing to make them perfect and promoting the Indian Fashion internationally. She had worked with Marc-o-polo for 25 years. She had worked as a board member of Fashion Design Council of India and also IAM (Institute of Apparel Management). She also worked as an advisory board member of Lakme Fashion week. She was associated with ‘Mc.Kinsey’ and ‘KSA Technopak’ for a span of two years. In the year 2001, she was awarded the Fabled peacock award by the government of Gujarat for her service towards saving the earthquake victims. In the year 2004, she was one among the luckiest fashion designers who were chosen for the Milan Fashion week by the Italian Council of India. At the same time, she was also awarded the clothing manufacturers association of India award for the category of best designer in the menswear. Looking at her research and development in the field of designing of textiles and apparels, she was given the ‘Pride of Gujarat’ award.