Nepal units Guinness World Record for best possible altitude trend show

Nepal units Guinness World Record for best possible altitude trend show

Nepal has set an all new Guinness World Record for the best altitude trend exhibit ever held in a bid to create focus about climate exchange and promote sustainable fashion. Nepal Tourism Board alongside with RB Diamonds and KASA Style organised the first ‘Mount Everest Fashion Runway’ at an elevation of 5,340 meters (1, 7515 ft.) at Kala Patthar (a UNESCO world heritage site), near the Everest base camp on January 26.

The event used to be phase of the Visit Nepal Year 2020 marketing campaign of the Nepal Tourism Board.


Models from a number of parts of the world, inclusive of Finland, Italy, Sri Lanka and Singapore, participated in the show. Miss Universe Sri Lanka 2018 Ornella Gunesekere was once additionally a phase of the fashion show.

According to www.welcomenepal.com, “A crew of 48 humans started their trek from Lukla on 18th of January 2020 toward Kala Patthar. Besides the models, the team comprised of a video crew, make-up artists, medics, the clothing and earrings designers, and the organizers themselves.”

“Apart from the Guinness World Records title, the complete journey of the models in the Everest Base Camp route is being made as reality exhibit which will be telecasted in MTV USA & Canada during April/May 2020. All the members of the team took pledge no longer to use any merchandise that causes Climate exchange and will retailer up to 8000 liters of water at some point of their journey.”

The clothing line was once made of Nepali Pashmina, Felt and Yak Wool ideal for winter wear.

The exhibit was attended via Kedar Bahadur Adhikari, secretary of the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, and Nandini Lahe Thapa, senior director of Nepal Tourism Board, among others.

Thapa and Aashmi Rana have been the witnesses along with pilot Lt. Col Pratap Bohara as technical witness for the authentic adjudicator of Guinness World Records.