Trendsetter of the Week : Gunjan Sharma

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The journey so far was not as easy as it get through from Job to Proprietorship, Freelancer to Consultant, and Vice president to Director in various fields. She not only drove things but gained expertise to outshine from the crowd in her role. Gunjan Sharma, is one of the director in an event management company named DeMazzo Entertainments Pvt. Ltd. She is not only professionally focused but also actively involved in social activities and helps people from different walks of life with varied problems concerning Health, financial, Career, counselling and self-esteem.


Gunjan is a vice president and core member of Shaurya Achievers Society and plays a significant role in driving awareness amongst the people to stop acid attack and providing support to Acid attack survivors and needy people for their betterment and identity. She is always keen to motivate and transform other people in such a way that they can have a happy, healthy and a peaceful life ahead. She believes that three essentials of life are to know your true self to feed your soul, to clothe yourself with confidence and gratitude to live peacefully. Whenever she gets time she loves to spend her time in orphanages, Old age homes, govt hospitals specially kids sharing with them gifts and time, donating clothes to underprivileged, books and other useful stuff. Shaurya Achievers society reward people from different sector who have done outstanding job in their field and helping society in their style at different intervals. Shaurya Acheivers award and Real life achievers award for Differently abled people along with “The Khwaab – fashion show” could not have possible without her lead. As she always says, “this is the beginning and there is a long way to go”.


What is your Fashion Motto?

To, me clothing is a form of self expression- there are hints about who you are in what you wear.


3 words to describe my sense of style?

Classic– love good pieces that will last for seasons.

Feminine – I want my clothes to say I am a woman, whether through obvious and unique outfits, Long or one piece attire with jeggings , an accessory (necklace, earrings, shoes/heels) or just make up (accentuating my eyes).

Practical – the clothes are there to serve the purpose and not be an obstacle to my activities. I don’t want a high maintenance look that’s out of shape the moment I take a photo of it


My five essential wardrobe elements?

Perfect pair of formal trousers and shirts, A saree to wear on your ethnic days at work, A kurti/gowns for daily wear, The black dress, The black pump


My favourite style influencers?

Sushmita Sen, Michelle Obama

My favourtie party attire?

Black one piece dress


An Indian brand I love?



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