Pranay Baidya’s ‘Tale of Two Cities’ fashion night showcased fairytale collections in Kolkata

Kolkata, November 30, 2014 (Washington Bangla Radio): Recently Kolkata based Celebrities like Shaheb Bhattacharya, Paayel Sarkar, Sonika Chauhan, Nick Rampal came together on the ramp for designer Pranay Baidya to show case his unique collection “Tale of TWO Cities, Calcutta Oh Kolkata”.

Shaheb, who has been always a favourite of Pranay walked with his real life partner Sonika and their chemistry on the ramp seemed to be the blending of some divine alchemist. 

                                           Shaheb and Sonika

The very cute Tolly actress Paayel Sarkar looked a princess in a designer saree with heavy jewlleries as her head gear. 

                                                    Paayel Sarkar

Pranay intelligently portrayed how his collection can be matched with different kind of wears. It was noticed that the very same full sleeved blouse was worn by the lady showstoppers Paayel and Sonika. While Sonika matched it with lehengas, Paayal was seen wearing it with an elegant saree. Apart from the models and celebs, some well-known women from the Page 3 circuit of Kolkata took the ramp on that night. Fashionista Nina Saxer,Ace PR Supreeta Singh Corina Poppa, Sybillia, LasanthaLecourt, and Trisha Ghosh. 

They may not had the toned bodies of regular models but there was no dearth of confidence and enthusiasm among them as they put themselves in the shoes of ramp models. Huge cheering welcomed them as they walked the ramp in traditional yet contemporary collection of sarees by the designer. The likes of Supreeta Singh and Nina Saxer invited such appreciation and applause from the guests that it could left many celeb showstoppers with blushes. 

                                                Showstoppers Shaheb, Sonika,Nick, Paayel and designer Pranay Baidya

Actor Parno Mitra was spotted enjoying the show among the guests but the shutterbugs would have been more delighted if the beauty had walked the ramp too.

Tale of Two Cities: Calcutta, Oh Kolkata captures several intimate moments. A love story somewhere lost in time between the pages of Imperial Calcutta and modern day Kolkata.

By Jyoti Prakash Mandal