Mallika Jain on the occasion said that I like the vibes of Chandigarh. The people here are fashionable, yet at the same time, they are trendsetters. I like the chandigarh for the fact that It is free spirited and Experimental. Thus, It has every thing that caught my attention and prompted me to bring Fashion Capsule to Chandigarh. I have always admired the fashion here and so I thought to introduce Fashion Capsult to Chandigarh. My fashion exhibition- Fashion Capsule is scehduled for 30th April & 1 st May at Hotle Taj with the first time concept of 12 hour shopping from ( 11 am – 11 pm ) being introduced in the City. Our show gonna be exclusive and will be the one stop solution for all Fashion worries.
Mallika truly believes in the words of Henry David Thoreau, who said – “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.” Coming from a family of successful business entrepreneurs,
Given her keen interest, education and experience in fashion and lifestyle she always dreamt of creating new and effective business opportunities for other established and upcoming designers and entrepreneurs in the domain. It was this spirit that led her to launch
Meet Mallika Jain
Mallika Jain is the proprietor of Fashion Capsule – a fashion and lifestyle shopping exhibitions brand. A one-day affair, Fashion Capsule is attended by the who’s who of the fashion and social circuit and women shoppers from the NCR region. The exhibition, held every 4-6 months brings together dozens of boutique fashion brands and leading designers under one roof in each of its editions for our elite women shoppers.
Mallika’s associates swear by her and her professionalism and her event management, marketing and promotional skills. Confident with the success of Fashion Capsule in New Delhi, she is all set to take the brand to other cities soon, starting with Chandigarh in April 2016.
Born and bought up in New York City, USA, Mallika hails from a very reputed Marwari family of Madhya Pradesh. Her schooling was at Mussoorie International School, an international boarding school, followed by Materdei Convent, New Delhi.
She pursued Bachelor in Commerce from Jesus and Mary College, New Delhi. After her marriage into a respected Jain family of New Delhi, Mallika went on to study for her diploma inFashion Retail Management from NIFT and also got a diploma in Merchandising due to her keen in interest in the lifestyle domain and a flair for fashion.
Mallika is a prominent member of Young FICCI Ladies Organisation (YFLO), Delhi which is one of the country’s leading platform for young women entrepreneurs. Mallika has received several awards from leading fashion and lifestyle magazines and forums for her success in the women’s entrepreneurship space. Mallika has also conducted several workshops on women empowerment and entrepreneurship, fashion & style and personality development for women. She is also associated with multiple academic institutes and industry associations.
A firm believer of the karma theory, Mallika believes in doing her own bit for the society. She has been closely associated with Ankur, a NGO working towards the welfare of underprivileged children. She loves to visit their center and spend time with the children there. Interacting with kids there and helping them learn and grow with dignity gives her immense joy.
Despite her hectic schedule, Mallika likes to catch up with her inner self by working out, reading and listening to music. She is an avid follower of trends on branding, fashion and marketing research. Well known in the social circles in north India, her friends constantly reach out to her for advice related to entrepreneurship and lifestyle marketing.
Mallika socially aware and active, and she strongly believes that women empowerment is the ability of women to exercise full control over their actions. This means their control over material assets, intellectual resources and even over their ideologies. It involves, at the psychological level, women’s ability to assert themselves, which has so far been constricted by the ‘gender roles’ assigned to them especially in a culture like India which resists changes. Empowerment of women could only be achieved if their economic and social status is improved. This could be made possible only by adopting definite social and economic policies with a view of total development of women and to make them realize that they have the potential to be strong human beings. They should be allowed to study and work in the area of their choice.
Swami Vivekananda had said “That nation which doesn’t respect women will never become great now and nor will ever in future” and in pursuit of making India a great nation, let us work towards giving women their much deserved status. The struggle for gender justice will be slow, strenuous and protracted, as the change cannot be brought about easily. It has to be fought at emotional, cognitive and action levels.