Pepper Tree Entertainment is proud to be an active business advisor and fashion production management consultant for Forbes Magazine Style Director Joseph DeAcetis. Mr. DeAcetis has over twenty years of experience in the fashion industry, countless credits to his name and the FIT Alumni Organization has honored him with the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology Star Salute Award in 2009 by for Outstanding Achievement in the Menswear Industry.
Congratulations to Pepper Tree Entertainment client Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri who won for “The Legend of Lady White Snake,” at the La Jolla Fashion Film Festival! The film won Best Picture, and Indrani collected 4 of the 8 awards — including Best Director, Best Fashion, and Best Special Effects.
In addition to being a film-maker, Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri is also internationally known for her iconic imagery and charitable work. Born in Calcutta, India, Indrani traveled the world as a fashion model before graduating from Princeton University with a magna cum laude with a degree in cultural anthropology. Indrani developed her photography career alongside partner Markus Klinko. Their imagery was discovered by David Bowie and Isabella Blow, and in time, other clients came to include Vanity Fair, Lancome, L’Oreal, Barneys, Nike and Pepsi, Anne Hathaway, Kate Winslet, Eva Mendes, Lady Gaga, Beyonce Knowles, Katie Holmes, Jennifer Lopez, Keanu Reeves, Will Smith, Jay-Z, Usher, Kanye West, and Ryan Seacrest amongst many other A-list entities and individuals.
Pepper Tree Entertainment (along with Pepper Law Group) is a key sponsor of the red-carpet, independent film premiere event for The Legend of Lady White Snake: A Tribute to Alexander Mcqueen starring fashion legend Daphne Guinness, directed by Pepper Tree Entertainment’s client Indrani and featuring creative direction/styling by Pepper Tree client GK Reid.
The short film featured GK Reid’s Genghis Khan fashion collection and was followed by a runway show of Reid’s original gown designs, a concert performed by the Grammy nominated Viva Girls and an exhibition of Markus Klinko and Indrani’s photography at the Angel Orensanz Foundation.