A fashion documentary feature ‘Bonkonnar Taantprem’ on the local apparel is slated to hit the channel HerNet TV with a special mention for the women involved in this sector.
Bangladesh, a country that takes pride in its hand-loomed weaving fabrics, will launch a twenty-minute documentary film, “Bongokonnar Taantprem“. Featuring our local handloom and designers in tribute to the love of local heritage fashion nurtured by our honourable Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, the film will be televised on HerNet TV on her birthday and fifty-year independence of Bangladesh. The channel is the first television in Asia for the welfare of women. The film will mirror the Prime Minister’s views on promoting local fabric to the world and how it is perceived and encouraged by our country’s leading women and designers. There will be fifty renowned leading ladies.
They will be the photoshoot model and appear in the film, representing twenty-five legendary and new skilled local fashion designers playing a significant role in society and community as empowered women through artisan empowerment.
Suggested names of guest models for the Fashion Films include diplomates and third gender, victims, disabled women of different professionals. These photographs and the fashion film will be screened at a prominent event at the Gulshan Club and the premiere of HerNet Magazine, which will include all of these photographs and stories, as well as a cover featuring the “BONGOKONNA TAATPREM” poster.
Alisha Pradhan, the brains behind the project, exclaims, “To make the country’s tradition well known in the country and the international arena by wearing the most common local clothes and costumes.”
She further elaborated that the contribution of Bangabandhu and Bongokonna has revived the value of weaving, jamdani and other industries from the history of muslin in Bangladesh to date.
Lastly, she said that the documentary would be sent to various international fashion trade fairs so that Bangladesh’s handicrafts could meet the huge demand economically and expand abroad, where handicrafts are later hailed as the largest industry in the country and abroad.
B-A Grandeur photoshoot to be done with an eclectic photographer, makeup provided by renowned Salon Prive & Red Salon. Jewellery Partner iconic brand AMISHEE Fine Jewellery was Sanjid Arefin Luna headed the special jewellery partner in the photoshoot and Style Consultant.
It’ll also mark the launch of HerNet Magazine, with all these photos, stories, having the “BONGOKONNA TAATPREM” poster as the cover. For guests and to every notable organization, Diplomatic office and government agency.
C- News Articles will be provided on the specific shoot with photos focusing on the designer and its brand story. D- Chief & Honourable Guests will provide a certificate of appreciation to 25 Designers & fifty Notable Women for their contribution to the local handloom and fabric industry. All the involved empowered women/models to share these contents on their social media.
Also present at the event were Media Partners representatives from Business Standard, Ice Today, Canvas, Bangladesh Pratidin, Daily Observer, Prestige, Esplus, Will Magazine, Diplomatic Spouse Magazine, News24.
There were also other venue partners for catering services Chaus Restaurant and Khazana Restaurant.