The actress looked ravishing in a white floor-length anarkali with a thick green and gold border hemline and heavy embroidery on the neck and sleeves. A beautiful 'maang tika' and neck piece added to her elegance on the ramp.
The line, inspired by the terrain of the Himalayas, had a mix of western as well as Indian outfits.
The garments ranged from a variety of coats, trousers, leggings, wrap around skirts, jackets, dresses, kaftans and capes, while the Indian segment included anarkalis of various lengths.
Various fabrics were used like leather, wool, tussar silk, khadi among others. The clothes had a contemporary yet modern look to it.
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