Yet another feather has been added to the successful journey of the most celebrated for bridal attires and Sustainable fashion, London based Nepalese fashion designer Sanyukta Shrestha. This time Editor’s Choice Award 2020.
The award ceremony that has worldwide recognition as the leading awards ceremony of the Bridal Industry in the United Kingdom often referred to as the Oscars of the Bridal Industry in the UK, ‘Bridal Buyer Award’ has awarded Sanyukta Shrestha with the ‘Editor’s Choice Award 2020’.
The award was been bestowed to Sanyukta as the recognition for the outstanding commitment to battling the COVID-19 crisis. As mentioned by Bridal Buyer Awards, The designer’s attitude towards helping others is outstanding and the judging team was inspired by the work she has done and continues to do. Further, it mentioned that Sanyukta’s work was a real stand out and the judges were in awe of what she has done during this difficult time.
This would be Sanyukta’s second award in the year 2020, Earlier an eco-friendly bridal outlet, Behuli Boutique by Sanyukta Shrestha, was been victorious to bag the title of ‘Wedding Boutique of The Year London’. The boutique was declared as the winner in Britain’s Asian Wedding Awards ceremony organized by Oceanic Consulting on 11th February 2020 at the Sheraton Grande Park Lane Hotel.
Behuli Boutique is based in London and has been serving since 2013, was the only eco-friendly boutique among the 29 shortlisted nominees. Besides this Sanyukta was also the nominee for the ‘The Best Innovation Award’ in the UK Wedding Awards 2020, where she was been the first and only bridal designer among the eight nominees shortlisted for the category.
At this moment of the global health crisis, the London based bridal designer Sanyukta Shrestha was been busy supporting the front line health professionals using her professional skills on garments. The bridal designer Sanyukta and her team has made PPE face shields for frontline healthcare professionals of the National Health Service, NHS, and face masks for care workers across England since Covid-19 brought life to a halt.
The designer was also been active in providing relief to vulnerable groups in Nepal. Likewise, Sanyukta and her team has also supported Aama & all the residents of ‘Aamako Ghar’ with the special masks been made by them. Aamako Ghar is located in Kathmandu that has been sheltering 86 homeless elderly women & orphans since 1999.