Dia looked ravishing in her ensemble. Understated elegance is what we would like to call it. The diva walked the ramp for designer, Raghavendra Rathore in a black achakan which was full sleeved and had standing collar. It was adorned with intricate gold embroidery on the borders and going up all the way to the sleeves and the upper was worn over a gathered fuchsia skirt. The ensemble was a good combination of Indian and western and looked really nice.
Sania Mirza in beautiful white gown., which was look like Off Shoulder Evening Gown in first glace, was looking most attractive on the Ram Walk at Indian Fashion Week 2013
Huma’s entire look is very traditional. The lehenga has brocade all over it, on the choli and the skirt. Different patterns of brocade have been put together in different directions. The dupatta has floral appliqué on it and the colour palette is also very classic pink, bottle green and gold. She’s draped her dupatta in such a way that the work on it is visible and the borders have interesting details on it.
Genelia’s outfit was in satin, she wore a big princess like gown in copper brown that had a floor sweeping trail. It had a round neck and an asymmetrical hem at the belt area. There was traditional brocade on the borders of the gown in pinkish-maroon and dull gold and there was appliqué on the upper part of her dress too.
Esha Gupta’s look was a mix of tradition and modern, amalgamated into one. Her outfit was majorly dominated by colours of orange and flowing into red. She wore a sexy lehenga that had a cross over panel choli and her skirt was fitted from the top and structured into an A-line shape at the bottom. The lehenga was 3 inches off the ground from the bottom to enhance the effect. While the choli was kept less dramatic, her skirt had intricate gold work fused with colouful embroidery on it, which made her piece very eye-catching. She draped her net dupatta at the front, hiding her mid-riff and most of her choli.
Aditi Rao wore a red lehenga with a tiny deep neck choli and covered her hair with her orange coloured sheer dupatta. The skirt had a lot of gold embroidery in it that ran all the way till the borders and there were multiple latkans attached on the side.
Jacqueline undoubtedly looked ravishing on the ramp and decoding Jacqueline’s look, she sashayed down a pretty fuchsia pink and gold lehenga and the whole ambience was such that it looked nothing less than a fairytale collection.The choli was short and had intricate gold embroidery on it and the skirt also had the same embroidery all over with a dull gold border. The dupatta was smartly tucked in and cinched at the lower waist with a diamond kamarband. The lehenga was definitely a heavy one, not meant for a cocktail or a mehendi function, only meant for the bride to wear on her D-day.
Chitrangada represented a trial bride – sharp, wild, energetic, ethnic, colourful, earthy yet festive. Borrowed from ace designer Tarun Tahiliani, her lehenga choli was bursting with shades of saffron, red and pink among other celebratory hues.
Evelyn was decked out in a royal, luxurious red and gold lehenga choli. The choli was fashioned out of red velvet in a halter neck style with lovely gold embroidery on the upper bust. The contrast of that intricate embellishment against the plain solid color was quite eye-catching.As for her lehenga, it seemed to be made entirely of gold thread and red jewels. From the sequinned waist to the flurry on the hemline, opulent gold embroidery mixed with a seeming floral pattern of red stone-work. A mind-blowing visual that would make you sigh with desire.
Sophie’s outfit, she wore a lehenga with a corset on top that was adorned with all-over dabka work and royal blue velvet on the piping. It was tamed up with a skirt that had thick cutwork patterns from top to bottom with red and blue velvet on the borders. She styled her dupattta with floral applique over her head and flowing down on one side. They though the outfit had too much going on and should have been balanced in a better way.