Am Golhar, a business woman, presenter and influencer was last week featured in the Holi campaign called “Rang De” which celebrates the Indian festival of colour.
The campaign was the debut launch for the Creative Circle, a platform which connects diverse creative talents from the background of fashion, beauty and the arts. The Holi short film and portraits were exhibited exclusively at a launch event at the Chai Thali in Camden on the 14th of March.
Golhar was selected amongst other prominent British Asian influencers such as artist Inkquisitive, music stars Juggy D and H Dhami, actor and radio presenter Ameet Chana (Sunrise Radio), DJ Harpz Kaur (BBC Asian Network), dancer and choreographer Nileeka Bose and TV presenter and author Natasha Asghar (Colours TV) who joined forces to spread the vibrancy of holi stylized by Anisha Vasani and Saran Kohli.
Creative Circle founders Vasani and Kohli said;
“We wanted to launch the platform with an exciting collaboration campaign to celebrate British-Asian talent and the global cultural festival of Holi through colours of beauty and fashion, with a concept that embraces our cultural roots and a twist of modern heritage. We are both very excited to bring the collective of celebrities and influencers together to launch the Creative Circle platform.”
2018 has been a tremendous start to the year for Golhar, from being nominated for The Divas of Color Entrepreneur of the Year Award, to being part of the 100 Year Vote For Women campaign with the BBC Asian Network amongst other radio and podcast interviews she has conducted and appeared in.
She will be co-hosting the La Visage event this weekend in London, a hair and make up competition in support of the Katie Piper foundation, “making it easier to live with buns and scars”.
Golhar is recognised for her achievements from starting her career at a young age in the fashion industry, collaborating with fashion houses such as Burberry. She was the first female British Asian to design an exclusive menswear collection for ASOS, which was featured in Vogue, Drapers, The Telegraph and other leading publications. She then went on to found a PR Agency, representing influential figures.
IMAGE 1: Am Golhar
IMAGE 2: Nileeka Bose, Am Golhar, Anisha Vasani, Mani Kohli, Harpz Kaur
Notes to Editors
About Am Golhar:
Recently featured in the latest campaign for the BBC Asian Network about what it is like being a British Asian women in 2018
She is a British Born Sikh Business Woman, Presenter and influencer and has over 5k followers on Instagram
Am Golhar is a feminist advocate supporting women and womens rights internationally
Am Golhar is a presenter and interviews inspiring impactful individuals worldwide on her You Tube Channel
Am Golhar graduated from the prestigious Central Saint Martins over ten years ago working in the creative fashion industry previously appearing in worldwide recognised publications such as Vogue and The Telegraph
Am Golhar designed an Exclusive collection for ASOS Man
Facebook: Am Golhar