Fashion Designer Turned Paper Artist – Rashika Lahoti

Fashion Designer- Rasika Lahoti | Bulb And Key

  • 20 Sep 2019
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    Rashika Lahoti holds such an inspiration for young ladies around the core and crust of the world. She is the real definition of extravaganza brought down to reality. She holds beneath her an entire house of creativity. She is somebody who would never let her tide disappear and fade. ‘I got my leg fractured 9 months ago and it was such a depression to do nothing for somebody as workaholic like me. It got boring day by day that I had nothing to do she said.

     

     

    Being a great contributor in this ingenious youth she mentioned that she always had a creative bone inside her which came out occasionally but in the past nine months it isn’t just a bone which is creative.  

     

     

    The 23-year-old fashion designer completed her M.com from a designated college from Aurangabad. She says that her mom has been her floating inspiration ever since. As a child, she was brought up in a very germinal environment. The family believed in originality and so does she.

     

     

    The fashion designer sold her first craft to her cousin. She had designed 50 envelopes and that’s how her business started. She also continued with her passion by exhibiting it in Mumbai. People responded well. After her exhibition, she received many orders and she was immensely proud of herself. The exhibitor says that this was the best experience in her entire career of crafting business. 

     

     

    Initially, Rashika was working only on the envelopes but now she has also professionalized into making invitation cards and invitation cards with album. It is only through the efforts of a Promethean pioneer like her that art form advances. She has promised herself a 5-year goal that she will set a stage for budding artists. 

     

     

    The entrepreneur says that never-give-up on anything. If you work regularly on one skill you will definitely master within time. She also said that one feels lazy and stops working and this becomes a reason why that particular skill becomes a hobby and not a passion. “My point is, to be a pro you will have to practice every day or else it will take you nowhere “the designer mentioned”. 

     

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