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The magnitude of Millstones covered by Shrishti Gulati…A Sneak Peek in the life of a Business Women

Women as a whole don’t need an introduction, as I mention whole is what She is’ She is a complete individual, an entity, and in the words of…
Audrey Hepburn “I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day, and I believe in miracles.”
By Saman Luqman Bilgrami

In an Exclusive Interview with Style Hut Shrishti told about how she started her career journey.
How you started the journey of your career?
Once I was also a fresh Graduate off course not sure what I wanted to do with my life but I was always certain that i wanted to pursue a career in business, As a women I faced lot of challenges while moving around in Industry but I’m up for all kinds of challenges and complications. I opted for something my parents were always against of, they wanted me to become a teacher. but that never stopped me from becoming what I’m today. I explained them my point and eventually they understood. It takes a lot of efforts in order to achieve what you really desire.
What all difficulties/barriers you faced during your career as Business Women?
Everyone is aware of the problems we as women face in job sector. As a fresh business woman, I faced lack of funds, lack of mobility. It was extremely hard to balance professional and personal life. You would think but as a career woman, expectations from your in-laws, kids and husband never decreases. Although I was lucky enough to have an understanding family that supports and encourage me everyday.
How your family and your husband supported in your business venture?
In the beginning, when I faced a lot financial issues and had little kids, there were a lot of obstacles that my husband and I had to face with time and hard work, we managed to settle things as of today, I’m blessed that I have such supportive and uplifting family that had helped me supported me in every way.
Being a Business Women, what would you suggest to young and aspiring female entrepreneur?
As a business woman, I would suggest you all never give up on what you desire, face your fears, try to manage the energy and not time, Understand your field and most importantly, challenge yourself.
Break the Bias
Break upon the unknow and unseen fears, try new things, don’t be afraid to dream and to aspire for them and to achieve them, knowing whether what ever challenges your aspirations will bring alongside.
She Walks in Beauty
BY Lord Byron,
She walks in beauty, like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
And all that’s best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes;
Thus mellowed to that tender light
Which heaven to gaudy day denies.
One shade the more, one ray the less,
Had half impaired the nameless grace
Which waves in every raven tress,
Or softly lightens o’er her face;
Where thoughts serenely sweet express,
How pure, how dear their dwelling-place.
And on that cheek, and o’er that brow,
So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,
The smiles that win, the tints that glow,
But tell of days in goodness spent,
A mind at peace with all below,
A heart whose love is innocent!

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Mun Mun Ghosh , is a Dubai based fashion multi-hyphenate

This gives immense pleasure and a way forward for women to acknowledge themselves and excel in different fields of work and life together, while this year the #iwd2022 is being celebrated with the campaign theme of #breakthebias we brought you different life stories of women excelling in different fields of profession one such I loved to feature is,

Mun Mun Ghosh, is a Dubai-based fashion multi-hyphenate, is a Social Media Influencer with up to a million follower reach, She is an unmistakable presence at the forefront of fashion, beauty, and luxury campaigns and events in the city. Her bio lists her as a social media Influencer but she’s also logged time as a stylist, fashion contributor, and Fashion PR whilst working with the likes of Milly, Michael Kors, and Sacoor Brothers.

Mun Mun has styled celebrities and CEO’s and launched models as well. She has worked with renowned brands such as Milly and Sacoor brothers as a Luxury Fashion PR, VLCC. She also has been a Fashion Contributor to magazines and then eventually ventured into blogging and blogging which marked her journey to being a successful social media influencer a certified stylist from Celebrity Kelly Lundberg style Academy, Accdemia Italia and Trendimi.net. As she steps into the 7the year in the Industry, she attained an active follower-ship on Instagram of more
than 86,000 followers base. Her 8th year earmarks major achievements such as:-

• Collaborated with Michael Kors for
• Brand association with VLCC, promotion of
VLCC services
• Brand association with Liali Jewelry, Promotion
• Brand partnership with Surkus App
• Nominated for Best Blogger 2019 by World
Fashion festival awards
• Official influencer for Kalyan Jewellers Middle
• Official influencer for Dubai International Boat show

The 4 times award-winning influencer has worked with a multitude of brands and has a popular digital media presence and also holds the title of the only blogger from UAE to have been nominated for World Bloggers Awards last year.

best influencer Asia 2020 by Orion star awards, Influencer of the year 2020 and currently Most Fashionable Award UAE – Best Blogger (female)

Why I feel I break the bias? 
I was one of the first Indian lady who got onto the fashion Scene early in Dubai as a stylist I worked with huge international brands such as Milly and Sacoor Brothers got featured for styling a leading fashion influencer and I have worked with over 100 brands now in past 5 years.

Yet I don’t lose focus on promoting the uniqueness of the product or brand , my brands love the way I promote them.
I am known for my immaculate sense of dressing. And I don’t believe in being no one, I feel there are many talents and there can’t be only one king and queen.

Competition helps in personality development and also achieving goals.

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International Women’s Day 2022: What this year’s campaign theme means and how to break the bias

With less than a week until this year’s International Women’s Day, we take a closer look at the campaign for 2022 and how you can get involved. International Women’s Day (IWD) is recognized globally on 8 March, honoring the achievements of women in a variety of fields, from culture to politics.
Each year, it also calls for new action to achieve equality for women, advocate for gender equality, raise awareness, and fund women-focused charities.
The first IWD is reported to have taken place in 1911, with more than a million women and men attending rallies campaigning for women’s rights to work, vote, be trained, to hold public office and end discrimination.
What is the theme for International Women’s Day 2022?
This year’s theme is #BreakTheBias and it calls for a world free of bias, stereotypes and discrimination where women can move ahead. IWD recognizes that action is needed to create a gender-equal world and challenges those who want to support a campaign to help create a more diverse and inclusive future. Awareness alone is not enough to bring about change. There are several ways to get involved.
What can I do to support International Women’s Day 2022?
Everyone can step forward to challenge bias in their community, school or workplace and call out gender bias, discrimination and stereotyping when seen in action.
When the event arrives on March 8, the IWD organization will be sharing images and videos of people striking this year’s campaign pose – crossing their arms in an X – to encourage further work in creating an inclusive world.
You can share your picture on social media with the #BreakTheBias hash tag and submit it on the IWD website here.
There are also a number of resources available to help you organize your own event or fundraise for a charity of your choice.
Why is International Women’s Day 2022 celebrated?
It’s estimated that gender parity will not be achieved for almost a century, according to the World Economic Forum.
To that end, there is work that can be done now to secure a brighter and fairer future.



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