A Story of Floral Hues & Watery Shades by Sikh Vogue | SV

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  • Nov 08, 2017

Model: Jasmandeep Singh Maan, Jaideep Singh and Ankita Agnihotri
Fashion editor: Shivani Kasaundhan
Stylist: Bhawna – Fashion Stylist
Male Wardrobe: Chatenya Mittal
Female Wardrobe: Navneet Creations
Footgear: Woodland
Makeover by : Bittu Singh
Asst. Makeup Artist: Pintu Singh Rajput
Photography: Manveet Sandhu photography
Location courtesy: YDL – Your Dream Location
Esp. Thanks to @charanjeet singh for the hospitality and support.

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