Amandeep kaur @amandeepkaur87

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4 days ago

Happy happy birthday to the warmest, kindest, sweetest most amazing soul @vickykaushal09 💫🎉 Your ability to infuse positivity to everything and every person you are with, your humility, sheer niceness of the heart towards each person around you, absolute brilliance in what you do (and not even being aware of it ), your infectious liveliness, your genuineness, your lack of unnecessary vanity, your effortless style (that helps me look good ) EVERYTHING about you is precious, and I hope nothing ever changes! Feel blessed to have you in my life and get to work besides you. May you get all that you wish for and more! ❤️ Biiiiig fat hug to you 🤗

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Fashion is about comfort and feeling good. And Linen Club is just here to do that! With summers here, u gotta notch up your styling game with the fabric that lets you breathe and stay stylish effortlessly. Suit up, coz I’m gonna be at @thelinenclub Store Linking Road, Khar tomorrow, giving you styling cues on having an #EffortlessSummer with Linen. See you there! #madeforthedifferent

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Channeling camp chill at the gala called life! 🤟🏼 . . . . . 📸 @saumyaavohra

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4 weeks ago

Celebrating 20 years of success with @lifestylestores 🥂 New Campaign ✨ #styledbyamandeep Assisted by @agnaidu

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Celebrating 20 years of success with @lifestylestores 🥂 New Campaign ✨ #styledbyamandeep Assisted by @agnaidu

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March 2019

#styledbyamandeep @vickykaushal09 for @chandonindia party starter stories . . #Repost @vickykaushal09 with @get_repost ・・・ “To get to live many lives in a single lifetime, to make the most of that life I am living on that day, that’s what acting is to me. Catch me on #ThePartyStarter Stories by Chandon this year as I open the series with a big bang... and a splash of pink!” @Chandonindia #ThinkPink #ThinkPrecious Watch the Full Video - https://youtu.be/0Nxk1okz15c

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March 2019

#newwork @lifestylestores SS 19 campaign shoot #styledbyamandeep Assisted by @riarawlani and @agnaidu Photographs #tarunvishwa HMU @eltonjfernandez Production @aditiproductions Agency #jwt

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#newwork @lifestylestores SS 19 campaign shoot #styledbyamandeep Assisted by @riarawlani and @agnaidu Photographs #tarunvishwa HMU @eltonjfernandez Production @aditiproductions Agency #JWT

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February 2019

Delhi my city, I’m coming to you to take a masterclass in styling with @fabindianews on 4th March at their new store in Lajpat Nagar. So if you are in the city, please come join me! This will be fun! ✨🙌 Interested people, please dm me with RSVP, we will block your seats.

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February 2019

Styled the amazing @parineetichopra for @dabbooratnani ‘s 20th year - 2019 calendar shoot!! . . Hair & make up by @eltonjfernandez Sculpted Bodysuit and feather cape by @falgunishanepeacockindia #styledbyamandeep Assisted by @riarawlani

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February 2019

Because self Love is important too! Posing away with horses on my pants matching the horses at the gorgeous restaurant @plumbybentchair 💖 📸 @riarawlani

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January 2019

“I’ve been blessed because my being a woman has never really interfered with my professional path. I feel like if you’re a man or a woman, you can achieve whatever you want to as long as you work hard; every profession has hurdles. Gender doesn’t come into it. Nobody goes to an all-female or all-male office; we all have to navigate that space. You’re here because you’ve earned it.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @anushkam Hair make up by @anuradha raman18193 Concept and styling by @amandeepkaur87

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“I celebrate the idea of androgyny, and I don’t think of myself as typically ‘feminine’. But I do care a lot for my friends, family and staff. In that sense, I think I fit the trope of femininity in that I nurture and protect those that are dear to me. It’s also why I love being part of my industry—the fashion world is known for its acceptance and celebration of gender diversity. I am happy to be a part of this melting pot of expression and identity. As a woman in business, though, there were times I had to work with chauvinistic men, men that felt they could overpower me, in some way. But, thanks to having strong women be part of my formative years, I have never wavered from my goal to be a successful fashion entrepreneur. In turn, I now employ several women in my workforce and am happy to provide a safe, fair environment for them to thrive in.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Shot by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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“I’m tired of hearing this stereotype of women being ‘foolishly emotional’ ring in my ears. It attributes such negativity to a positive quality. If anything, I believe that a high emotional quotient can have a very positive impact on one's business or in our personal relationships. What I think women do, fairly often, is second-guess themselves. We need to be confident in the things we choose for ourselves, and ignore the doubters and the haters. It’s up to us to marry or not marry, to work or not to work, have children or not to have children and, once we have decided—we shouldn't give in to self doubt or negativity. Society doesn’t often make that easy, though—take something like premarital sex for example. The same choice made by a man is often glossed over, but by a woman is met with judgment.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Shot by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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“Women need to bust out from under the myth that once you finish school or college, you should stop investing in yourself. Your growth journey never stops; attend workshops, reskill, upskill—keep reinventing yourself, irrespective of whether you are single, married, or in your 60s! On the SHEROES platform, we have many stories of women constantly reinventing themselves, and this really inspires me. It’s terrifying how many women feel trapped in some way, and it can stop us from dreaming or believing things can change. My advice is to always seek out support; it could be people you know, or through a community like SHEROES, where women are proactively supporting each other, often, complete strangers. Just take charge of your situation—no matter how slow the process may be.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Shot by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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January 2019

“Whoever coined the term ‘FemiNazi’ obviously has no idea about the holocaust! It's just not a cool term to use, in any context, let alone feminism. Feminism is often interpreted in such a garbled way. For example, while I on a personal note, I never faced any issues, per se, trying to build a business that moved away from the ‘pink narrative’ around women definitely brought with it some judgement. Perhaps this was because people saw women's products through a certain lens. Our platform has always been about supporting women in a holistic way in all aspects of their life journey and life cycle. We're breaking stereotypes, bridging gaps and doing it in a fun, engaging way through our app and platform. So, yes, when we started out, not everyone got our vision - but we persisted, and now we're recognised for exactly that.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Shot by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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SAIREE CHAHAL, Founder, SHEROES Having started her community of fabulous women that advise each other on everything (from finance to health to anything that needs a supportive sounding board ) in 2013, SHEROES has only grown in its woman power in the last half decade. With the creation of a safe space for women under her belt - and, at that, one that is the very definition of women helping other women grow, Sairee is the most beautiful kind of feminist in the ecosystem - a feminist that isn’t simply about talk, but the most visible sort of action... “It breaks my heart that women drop out of the workforce voluntarily, once kids come along. If care-giving was legitimately an equal opportunity, women might be in a position to make an actual choice. Right now, for a lot of women, it isn’t. It’s just one of several ways navigating a workplace can be an uphill task for a woman. Sexual harassment, for example, ranks high. The POSH compliance is still a new phenomenon, and it does not cover all workplaces. The dynamics are so skewed that women would rather leave a workplace than speak up, and this has a domino effect on their career prospects. This, of course, is minus the psychological (and sometimes physical ) damage done to them. Women are also questioned much more in the workplace than men. ‘Why are you late?’, is a question women get asked a lot. Instead of questioning why our world is not safe, we question women on their travel, work and personal choices. It instills this fear of judgement, and that sometimes makes us overcompensate. That's unfair and counterproductive to women's progress. . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Shot by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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January 2019

“It’s actually the most obvious stereotype about feminists that aggravates me; the one that paints feminists out to be super-aggressive and makes young women not want to be associated with the word itself. I will never tire of quoting Arundhati Roy from one of her interviews saying, ‘every freedom we have today, we have because of feminists. Many women have fought and paid a huge price for where we are today.’ We need to start owning that. I hope that we stop living with the belief that we need to fit into some kind of a mold, that we don't give in to the pressure of having to be married by a certain age, or get married at all. Or that we must have children. Relationships are tough, and the planet is sinking under the weight of human greed and overpopulation. There are no rules anymore - only choices. We have to feel free to make those as we wish, but only for ourselves. One thing is clear..one size does not fit all, and that’s perfectly fine.” . “One of the most mind numbing stereotypes I’ve heard about women is that they would not be able to run the world because their emotions would get in the way. Our biggest hurdle isn’t our emotions, it’s having to fear for our safety. Oh, and not getting paid equally for doing the same work. That's really demoralising.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Shot by @anushkam HMU by @anuradha raman18193 Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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“Being a woman in the music business has actually been a blessing. As a singer, it’s been smooth. And as a music producer now, I think there are, in fact more opportunities. There aren’t as many women in the field as the men so it’s actually easier for your work to get noticed. It’s good to be a girl, I’m telling you! And, contrary to some opinions, embracing your feminine energy isn’t a counter to feminism. In a superficial respect, my hair makes me feel feminine; I am constantly playing with it, flipping it from side to side, twisting it between my fingers... Other than that, it’s my connection to the earth, to nature. I can feel the feminine energy of the earth and it resonates in my soul.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Shot by @anushkam HMU by @anuradha raman18193 Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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“I feel happy to be in a space where I’m surrounded by women. My being a woman has never been questioned in my field of work.  I am not just a make-up artist, but have been a mentor to a lot of girls in my years of doing what I do. I take great pride in those women doing well in our profession.  I feel strong women will always inspire and empower other women. I, for one, shall continue to do so.” . . Interviews by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling by @amandeepkaur87

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“One of the biggest hurdles women face in the workspace is constantly being underestimated, and simultaneously having the weight of the expectation to over-deliver. Women always need to do a better job to get the same level of appreciation as men. The hurdles we face don’t end at the workspace—there’s also the presumption that having a feminist stance on life is tantamount to hating men. Or, even having your outfit and appearance being slotted into an ideology that it’s been engineered to impress the male populace. There are assumptions and expectations everywhere a woman looks.” . . Interviews by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling by @amandeepkaur87

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“When I came into the industry, I was the youngest, and (for a long time ), the only Indian female photographer shooting fashion and beauty in our country. There were raised eyebrows, over whether I would survive in a man’s world. Was I even talented enough, considering I was female and so young? Would I be able to carry heavy equipment? Should I even be given a chance to prove myself? For those who found my work fresh, clean, and challenging of a male-dominated profession, I am grateful. Women tend to be governed by the feeling that they are helpless, whilst in reality, we’re more than 50% of the population. Without us, noone would be here. You are only as powerful as you believe you are. So again, it starts with us. Change your beliefs, and the world will follow suit.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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“The double standards women deal with are manifold. When a woman sleeps around, or has had multiple partners, she’s considered promiscuous. When men do it, it’s considered cool, and their natural instinct! When a man dates an older woman he is thought of as mature. When a woman dates an older man she’s a ‘gold-digger’. Men also automatically get a certain level of respect in the professional world, regardless of industry, skills, ability or appearance. Women have to earn every inch, while dealing with being judged for how they look, speak and act. We start at a disadvantage and need to overcome so much - just to be considered equal to a man who may not even be a peer. Noone should have to prove they are worthy of being treated as a human.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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“Gender came into my profession—it needed to, because I’m a model. But it wasn’t in a biased way. That being said, bias does come into our day-to-day—it’s hard to shake the shackles of being perceived and summed up basis your race, gender, age, nationality… But specifically, in the case of women, half the battle against bias is won by simply believing that you can win it. That your contribution to the world has nothing to do with your gender. We are far above and beyond the niches we carve for ourselves, and one day, hopefully, we won’t have to carve them anymore.” . . Interviews by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @anushkam HMU by @anuradha raman18193 Concept and styling by @amandeepkaur87

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RACHEL BAYROS, MODEL You’re used to seeing her floating down a runway; an ethereal dream in couture—but Rachel Bayros has always been, contrarily, as grounded as they come. Having been in the business for well over a decade, Rachel has become part of the lexicon of fashion for more than just her enviable cheekbones and perfect posture. In almost every interview she’s given in her years, her stance on feminism has been forthright, unwavering, and admirably transparent. “It’s sad that, in this day and age, there still exists the idea of a ‘stereotypical woman’. The irony is that no two women are the same. I always look at a person’s individuality first; and put that forward about myself as well. And, while the conversation about that individuality is necessary, it isn’t the only thing we can do about asserting it—we can also confirm who we are to the world by just being us. There's so much strength in that. We are ALL dangerously amazing—we just need to remind ourselves of it from time to time.” . . Interviews by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @anushkam HMU by @anuradha raman18193 Concept and styling by @amandeepkaur87

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“The term ‘feminazi’ really grinds my gears. I’ve heard women say “I’m not that kind of feminist”, as though there is a spectrum to the ideology. It’s saddening, because it reflects a deep-seated need to conform to a comfortable stereotype that doesn’t ruffle any feathers, coupled with a fear of actually demanding equal rights. It’s this kind of hesitation that has held society back when we could’ve affected ‘real change years ago. The lack of clarity about the idea itself is alarming. From people saying ‘Its 2018. We don’t need feminism anymore because men and woman are already equal!’ to ‘It could be much worse, you know!’ The most recent thing I heard that made me laugh is ‘But what about men’s rights?’ It’s both ludicrous and disheartening. If you’re an informed man or woman in 2018, be the change you want to see. Everyone should be a feminist.”
. . Interview by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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“Men tend to take things on with singularity - blinders on. Women are such amazing multi-taskers. I, myself, have always had trouble saying ‘NO’ to people, and with calling them out on things. I enjoy control, and ego, end up doing everyone’s work trying to hold on to that control. I’ve finally learnt to delegate, and it’s made me so much happier. Delegation doesn’t come easily to a lot of women - they do a million things (brilliantly, mind you ), but it wears them out.  I think women need to learn to shift the weight and trust and share the load.” . . Interview by @saumyaavohra Photographed by @indo_irka HMU by @deeptijainmakeup Concept and styling @amandeepkaur87

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For the story, I started creating a list of women who have inspired me. The list was long, and I had limited time and budget. I shared the idea with few very talented women around me, who supported the project and collaborated with full force. We all wanted to create beautiful visuals that were to be presented along with inspiring stories of these incredible women. Coming up 1 fierce woman in a day. Watch this space for the next 1 week!!

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I initiated this project last year - to collaborate and feature real women from the fields of fashion, beauty, lifestyle, cinema, business, and everything that touched my life. A feminist myself, I wanted to work with strong, independent and pioneering women who are paving the path for younger women to not fear, and to step-up to lead the world. . Thank you @saramaino_vt for recognizing the effort and giving it a global platform! And thank you to all the ladies who collaborated with me, when there was no definitive destination to all the hard work!! . . . Concept & Styling by Amandeep Kaur Photography by @anushkam & @indo_irka Interviews by @saumyaavohra Hair & make-up by @deeptijainmakeup and @anuradha raman18193

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Feeling immense happiness and pride introducing my personal project to you all - Faces of Feminism, that I pitched to @vogueitalia once it was ready, and they were amazingly encouraging and supportive! Hence Ladies and gentlemen, the project now (a selected part of it ) is published on vogue.it for all of you to see. (Link to the published story in bio ) 💁🏻‍♀️

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January 2019

Masculinity is not just for men! #androgynousvibes 📸 @sandeepkkumar86

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January 2019

Feeling the retro 🌊 #goodhairdays

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