Fashion designer Masaba Gupta, known for being bold and outspoken, shared another snippet of her life. This time, he urged his fans to look beyond skin color and to be confident in their own skin, ‘no matter where they come from.’ The designer who recently turned muse to fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee for Conde Nast Traveler’s wedding edition, took to Instagram to reaffirm how ‘amazing things will happen’.
She wrote: “What if I told you that no matter where you came from, the color or your skin or the hook on your nose, or that seventh grade scar, amazing things will happen to you. But you must keep your chin up. You should always keep your chin up. You should always look up, “he said.
An active Instagram user with young followers, Masaba has shared time and again the importance of not letting anyone or anything take control of his life.
Masaba thanked her makeup artist Elton J Fernandez for the magazine photoshoot for making her ‘look like me’, Masaba mentioned that she is “arrogant and unapologetic about the color of my skin”. Taking stories on Instagram, the Masaba Masaba The protagonist wrote the post of thanks to the artist. She said: “I am mostly scared of makeup artists outside of those I work with, because I am very particular about looking like myself and not being whitewashed. I am arrogant and I do not apologize for my brown skin shining in its glory and I am very glad you feel the same. “
Crediting his diversified lineage, Masaba mentioned that he is often asked who he is or who he wants to be. “I never really have an answer. My grandfather was from Benaras, my mother is from Old Delhi. My great grandmother from Lahore. And my father from the Caribbean. But I have my eyes on the world. So how can I be one? “wrote the 32-year-old who is the daughter of actress Neena Gupta.
He also shared photos of the people who are “my world. my blood “.
A little Masaba can be seen with her parents in one while the other is a black and white image of her grandparents.