The Savera Association collaborated with Jewellery brand Diacolor, Designer Reynu Tandon & Luxury salon, Silhouette Salon to host a fund-raising evening dedicated to fashion and charity.
Savera Association hosted a fund-raising evening dedicated to fashion and charity on November 27, 2018 at The Oberoi, New Delhi. Actor-Director Divya Khosla Kumar was the showstopper for the evening. Divya looked spectacular in intricately crafted jewels from Diacolor along with an elegant ensemble by Reynu Tandon.
Diacolor collaborated with Savera Foundation who works towards the upliftment of underprivileged and marginalized women and children.
” We are grateful to Diacolor for their commitment to the cause and would also like to thank designer Reynu Tandon for the support that she has extended to us over all these years”, said Mrs. Nimmi Singh, Chairperson Savera Association. Commenting on the event, Mr. Rishabh Tongya, Creative Director of Diacolor said, ‘It is a great honor for us to be a part of such a noble cause. Our concept behind hosting this event is not only to celebrate fashion but also to raise funds for the betterment of society.’
On the occasion, designer Reynu Tandon said, “My association with Savera goes 18 years back and I am happy to be a part of today’s Walk for cause. The sensitivity involved for doing good and especially when it’s dedicated to work with the poorest of the poor and most marginalized women and children in promoting their condition enthralls me. Even my son has taught at Savera which makes this association more stronger for me”.
Kavita Singh “Silhouette Salon is honoured to have a valued relationship with Savera extending over many years. Young girls trained in hair and beauty services in the Savera Training Centre are given employment in our salons and undergo further training in our salons in the latest hairstyling and beauty techniques to equip them with international level skills in a professional environment. Silhouette Salon has also been privileged to supply some hair dressing equipment to the Savera Training Centre”.