Meet Aishwari Surve, a young and growing fashion influencer and digital creator from Ratnagiri. She works hard each day to learn something new. Her overall personality motivates her to stay determined and grow in the industry. Aishwari started her modeling career in the year 2016, and since then she is not leaving any stone unturned. Currently, she is pursuing Bachelor’s Home science in Hospitality and tourism management from S.N.D.T University, Juhu, Mumbai. Aishwari comes from a fashion designing background.
“My aunt is a fashion designer. Therefore, I do modelling for her. Also, I watch my grandmother design clothes, from then I have been started taking interest in fashion. And as of now in present time, everything is about fashion. I have been getting so many compliments about my dressing sense. So, I started posting my pictures on social media. Buying new trendy fashion clothes, jewellery and everything or just mix matching with some old stuff and have been creating content. And here I am now”.
Aishwari got her first project in 2016, as she modeled for her aunt’s boutique, InVogue. And since then she has been getting collaboration projects. However, being so much into fashion, Aishwari never wanted to pursue her graduation in fashion. She has her own fashion and likes to show it. Furthermore, she is planning to have a master’s degree in Human Resource Management. Talking about it, she has always wanted to do it from the day she started her bachelor’s in HTM. Aishwari wants to be her own boss, and digital creation always will going to be a part of her life. She will always be creating content.
Aishwari loves traveling and her love for it has taken her to many places. She has even lost the count and has done two international trips to Dubai and Thailand. And recently went to Ladakh. The top places on her bucket list are Maldives, New York, Los Angeles, Greece, and Europe.
Social media has definitely helped many to create their own identity and niche. Adding to which Aishwari says,
“In today’s generation, social media is the best platform for anything. It has been very helpful for me though, and many people that I know. It is based on your profile aesthetic, engagement and insights. Followers does not matter at all. It is just what content you give and how people react to it”.
Aishwari has worked with many brands such as Daniel Wellington, Brillare India, Urbanic, and many more. She considers her biggest achievement is a short film, Senses which she did in 2017. Further, Aishwari hopes for doing fashion editorial and glamour modeling. Also, she has not only one inspiration but many. Her aunt, mom, and digital creators such as Akriti Rana, Komal Kapoor, Radhika Seth, and Ashna Shroff are her inspirations.
Talking about the importance of modeling agencies, Aishwari says,
“The agencies find work for models by presenting them to designers, photographers, and ad agencies. The agencies are also responsible for booking the jobs, billing for the jobs, and eventually paying the models for their time. By handling the details, an agency allows a model to focus on modeling and not on the business end. Because modeling is a very competitive, fast moving business that extends beyond the traditional 9 AM to 5 PM business hours. An agency generally conducts business 24 hours a day, to handle emergencies such as cancellations or rush jobs. Most agencies have a service or an operator to handle emergency issues after hours”.
This glamour world is not just only famous for its glamour but for dark sides too. We have had heard a lot of news regarding it. To which Aishwari said that it is how one takes the situation and should have their own respect. There is no one that can harm or take one down if one stood for themselves. Most importantly fight the situation and get through it.
To our surprise, Aishwari was a state-level badminton player. Clearly, she is a multi-talented person. She played her last match in 2017. Further discussing her badminton journey, Aishwari revealed,
” My grandfather, he was such a amazing badminton player. So, I guess its in my genes. I and my brother went together for sessions. Then I started playing tournaments, played for school college, and so proud of myself that I have played at state-level. But after I left my city for my graduation to Mumbai, I did not get time to play, and had been through accident so had a bad back injury”.