Shaizy in the media
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iabca - indian australian business & community awards night - brisbane city hall
Shaizy was the head stylist for Senator Zed, Jackie Trad MP and Max Walters, CEO Queensland Cricket at the event. She made the event fun, dressing the dignitaries in traditional Indian outfits for a memorable evening and experience. Outfits were sourced from all over India and jewelry was supplied by Australian Indian Designer Lamyra.
Shaizy volunteered and helped Gandhi Creations at the Annual IABCA Event in Brisbane in October 2017. It was a magical celebration of the Australia India Relationship the likes of which have never been seen before.
This prestigious event was joined by:
The Honourable Senator Zed Seselja, Minister for Social Services and Multicultural Affairs, Representing the Prime Minister of Australia, The Honourable Malcolm Turnbull MP.
Senator Murray Watt, Senator for Queensland, Representing the Leader of the Opposition the Honourable Bill Shorten MP.
His Excellency Dr. A.M. Gondane, High Commissioner of India to Australia.
Her Excellency Ms. Harinder Sidhu, High Commissioner of Australia to India.
The Honourable Jackie Trad MP, Deputy Premier of Queensland, Minister for Transport of Queensland, Minister for Infrastructure and Planning of Queensland.
Mr. Steve Minnikin MP, Shadow Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships and Multicultural Affairs, Representing the Leader of the Opposition the Honourable Tim Nicholls MP.
Lord Mayor of Brisbane, Graham Quirk.
Honorary Consul of India in Queensland, Archana Singh.
Sheba Nandkeolyar, National Chair, AIBC.
Dean Warren, CEO, Australian Football League Queensland.
Max Walters, CEO, Queensland Cricket, Cricket Australia.
Jim Varghese AM, Vice President, Australia India Business Council.
And CEO's of Multi National Companies and many Business and Community Leaders across Australia for the prestigious awards night.
shaizy's poetry performance at afl giants game july 2017
Expert from Shaizy's Instagram: In the face of fearlessness, I reeled up all the courage to speak the words that my soul lives and breathes with, words from 'the one' or my higherself. I don't know, but sure do they give me goosebumps every time I speak them. This day, on 29th July, I performed my first ever public poetry performance at the AFL GWS GIANTS Multiculturalism Event organised by Gandhi Creations
I got tees made for everyone with the words 'Expand Thy Love' and with these beautiful young adults who proudly wore it across their chest. I say Yeaaaah show them your #giant chest and big #heart to all those nasty, mean, berating comments people make about culture, religion, separating nations, diving us and killing us. Be courageous little ones, be bold, be warm, be love become love, show love and stand up for love and acceptance. After all, we all breathe in the same air in which the source resides. The more we feel, recognize and love our inner self, the closer we become with it. And in harmony with the universal truth and the universe.
In this photo, Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Jew and Atheist and me (spiritual) stand together, hug together, love together and we bonded forever.
NSW Premier Harmony Dinner 2017
Shaizy was awarded the Best Dressed at the NSW Premier's Harmony Dinner in March 2017. It was organised by Multicultural NSW. This video has been a hit on the Multicultural NSW facebook page, with more than 4.8k views on facebook
Shaizy Shoes in The Daily Telegraph
"Designer Shaizy Singh brings back lost art of bespoke shoe making"
James Gorman, Central, Daily Telegraph
September 25, 2013 12:42pm
A SYDNEY-BASED designer has rediscovered the lost art of traditional bespoke shoe making after living around the world.
Based in Darling Harbour, SY Shoes is already making a name for itself as a unique design studio, creating some of the most versatile and internationally inspired footwear found in the city. Even though she is only 25, entrepreneur Shaizy Singh has developed a passion for the ancient art of shoe design. ‘‘Each SY shoe is handcrafted using the finest leathers by local families of artisans who have been dressing the feet of royals for generations,’’ Ms Singh said.
‘‘I only started doing this not too long ago, but my passion for footwear began when I was 19 and I did a lot of travelling. I lived in Canada and France and moved around a lot exploring different cultures.
‘‘I met people and every single one of them had the same problem — they owned these beautiful shoes but they were all painful to wear."
‘‘I wanted to create something that could be both beautiful and comfortable at the same time.’’
‘‘When I came back to Australia I was really focused, I studied a design course with local artists and I went to India and worked in factories, and I built up a big network of contacts in the shoe industry from all over the world, especially at fashion trade shows,’’ she said.
Ambassador for Destination NSW Tourism - Jhappi Time Ad Campaign
Destination NSW‘s latest campaign Jhappi Time in Sydney. It’s Jhappi Time. That means hug time. Destination New South Wales launched their largest ever campaign targeting India in the history of Australian tourism to encourage more visits from the region. The campaign will run in India and Australia with two thirds of the activity happening in India. Cinema and print ads will run in Delhi and Mumbai with digital and PR activity to support it. Here activity will be split across digital and PR.