Deema Rupasinghe

Deema Rupasinghe 

By DarshaniAbeyrathna

Her experience of modeling offered her “inside knowledge” and “unlocked doors” in order to become a fashion designer. Talent will not be enough - you need to get out there and let everybody know about your skills. You should always think out of the box in order to come out with your own creation. If you're a hopeful fashion designer or want to get into the fashion industry, then you should read her story. In an interview with Chokolaate, Deema Rupasinghe shared her
thoughts, aspirations and experiences in the world of Fashion designing and modeling. 

Tell us a little bit about yourself.

 I am Deema Rupasinghe and I studied at Musaeus College , & after A/L’s I joined AOD and did my higher studies where I graduated as a Bachelor of Arts specialized in fashion designing and textile . Currently I  am working as a designer at MAS Intimates & in my leisure time I work as a freelance model.

How has your experience been as a designer?

To be very honest I am new to the industry, and I am very fortunate to work with a great team at MAS intimates and really love what I do.

What is your vision in life? 

Since I was very young I dreamt of becoming a fashion designer so right now my vision is to be a renowned designer.

What are your hobbies and interests?

Whenever I have time I like working on my brand Lilly. And I am very passionate about tie dye and batik .

 What makes you a beautiful person (besides your 'killer' looks)?

 As they said beauty isn't about having a pretty face. it's about having a pretty mind, a pretty heart, and most importantly, a beautiful soul. I do believe that every woman is beautiful in their own way, being beautiful on the inside is what  enhances the outer beauty.

If you had to describe your “perfect man”, what traits of his personality would be written in bold?

A man with values would be the perfect notion

If you wish to write an autobiography, what would be its last sentence?

The story will not end here, it is yet to continue.

Read the full interview in the December 2017 issue of Chokolaate Magazine.

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