A Fashion Magazine for Kids & Moms Achievers, Glam Icons launched by Little Icons

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“Only size-zero models are not glamorous. Real people who fight with real problems deserve more glamour & respect,” believes Anandita Gupta, whose magazine Glam Icons will feature achievers & people who’ve fought against Addiction, Abuse, Health Issues, Violence & Disease. Little Icons, India’s Biggest Kids Fashion Show, announced their yet another upcoming project—Glam Icons.

Glam Icons will be India’s 1st Fashion Magazine for talented Kids & Moms. It will be featuring achievers in the field of Modelling, Dancing, Acting, Singing, Fitness, Sports, Arts, Literature, Academics & even Entrepreneurship.

“Most fashion magazines feature just professional models or socialites. But there are many middle class Kids, Teenagers & even their housewife moms who don’t have opportunity to showcase their talent,” said Anandita Gupta, an Ex-Fashion Editor with Femina & Founder at Little Icons & Glam Icons.

Anandita plans to profile exceptionally talented Kids & their Moms in Glam Icons. The magazine will also host Awards, Fashion Shows and Talent Hunts.

“Our aim is to promote hidden talent among kids & moms. We’ve already got around 34 Kids casted in TV, Print Ads & Films through our Fashion Show cum Talent Hunt Little Icons. We are now moving a step ahead by profiling talented achievers in our magazine Glam Icons,” said Anandita, who recently launched Kids Modelling Agency Style Icons & Designer Label Glamour to promote North Indian Kids in Glamour World.

This magazine will also profile people who’ve battled serious health issues. “The 1st issue of Glam Icons will put the spotlight on Breast Cancer Survivors,” added Anandita, who recently directed a Fashion Show for Cancer Patients.

“Only size-zero models are not glamorous. Real people who fight with real problems deserve more glamour & respect,” said Anandita, whose magazine Glam Icons will feature who have fought against Addiction, Abuse, Health Issues, Violence & Disease.

The magazine was launched by Shweta Singh Chaudhary–Top Finalist Mrs India Worldwide, VJ & Actress and Celebrity Beauty Guru & Consultant Dia Mittal.