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Vidya Nag

Vidya Nag

Director and Founder of Magna Image Corporation, President AICI India Chapter
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Ms Vidya Nag, director and founder of Magna Image Corporation, President AICI India chapter, is an established image consultant with years of experience. Ms Nag helps individuals define and redefine individual styles through body analysis and color analysis, wardrobe building, communication skills and etiquette.  Ms Nag, a commerce graduate and a post graduate in public relation is a trained image consultant from Australia and also holds a diploma in distinction from Blackford centre for image consulting, London. Her knowledge about image consultation along with the insight of fashion gave her a unique advantage in the fashion and image management profession. She has been developing successful images over five years and has gained immense experience.

Vidya has a passion for fashion as well as an innate and cultivated talent for style. Her neatness and attention to detail will ensure that all clients receive the highest level of care and the best advice. She believes that everyone has the ability to project their personal and professional best if they package and position themselves to look, think, and act that way. Vidya utilizes combination of visual and behavioral assessment tools to evaluate her clients image and makes suggestions that will not only enhance their appearance but also makes them to stand out in their own unique style, enhancing self-esteem, boost their self-confidence and help them create greater opportunities in life. Through one-on-one consultations, shopping tours, and corporate seminars, Vidya has an exceptional reputation for helping her clients develop the image and style they desire. Ms. Nag strives to transform looks into Image. Every person is born with an innate sense of individual style and with correct guidance you could only achieve the best.
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