Nika Formals Prom Dresses

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NIKA Formals is a design house that is always cutting edge and fashion forward. NIKA aims not to follow the hot trends, but to set them! Each NIKA dress is made with the highest quality fabrics and is beaded by hand. NIKA dresses are known for their bold colors, high necklines, sexy shapes, and exquisite beading. Niki Kapoor, the owner, is always cutting edge and trendy. She finds her inspiration for her collection in real and confident women. Niki tailors each one of her dresses with great thought and understanding of the true essence of a woman. Niki's designs have been worn by celebrities such as Carrie Ann Inaba, Brooke Burke, Vanna White, Mya Nikkole, Karins Smirnoff and so many more. Her work has also been showcased in several fashion publications like, Seventeen and CosmoGirl.

Niki Kapoor is an internationally renowned dress designer. Her gowns are sold in seventeen countries and distributed in three continents. Niki is the go-to designer for fashion conscious prom girls and who want to brake from the norm! What sets her apart from her peers are her clean lines and powerful impressions of women. Although Niki's designs may be bold, they are always flattering and feminine. NIKA's dresses are constantly shown on the red carpet and have been worn on Dancing with the Stars!

Niki Kapoor is not only a designer, but also a philanthropist, animal rights activist, and a human rights activist. NIKA believes in giving back to the community and supporting charities and Niki even has her own! Inspired by her own humble beginnings, Niki started a charity for girls in India. The main charity that NIKA Formals contributes to is S.E.E.D (Social empowerment, evolution and development). This charity focuses on projects that create social development through individual empowerment in order to make this world a more loving community.

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