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Fashion Nite Pooja Misrra, Myrra and Yash Wadali at NVU Store

Published On : 30 May 2018   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai: FASHION NITE POOJA MISRRA, MYRRA & YASH WADALI AT NVU STORE LAUNCH.ROCKING ......It was a classy fashion nite on Saturday that marked the grand launch of NVU (New In Vogue for U) shopping fashion store at LG Floor,Phoenix Marketcity,Kurla(W) with a mega brand fashion-show of celebrity show-stoppers featuring former Bigg Boss participant model-actress Pooja Misrra (for Myrra) and actor Abhishek Awasthi (for Oxemberg) and Myrra Bakshi herself as other beautiful models also walked the ramp amidst thundering cheers from the guests and the crowds upstairs in the popular mall.

The glittering show was brilliantly anchored by Femina Miss India Goa 2017, Audrey D'Silva. There was also a special performance by the very talented singer Yash Wadali. The chief of NVU store Jayakar Shettigar said, "For us the quality matters and the customers will never be disappointed with the products we sell." Sameet Neb,celeb fashion brands promoter of repute told,"NVU has an excellent track-record." NVU promises "to introduce latest and trendy fashion every time customers who aspire for modern lifestyle" and "to deliver best price for the trendiest and quality merchandise."







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