Aditi, Ileana, Athiya: These showstoppers scorched the runway at AIFW SS17
Ileana DCruz made a bold statement at AIFW SS17 in jewellery pieces designed by Abhishek Kankaria and Shrruti Tapuria. While the collection was all about accessories, the actress walked the ramp in a red tube neck gown and zircon studded statement necklace wrapped around her neck like a tie, matching handcuff and earrings. Her hair was kept simple.
Sharing her excitement on being associated with the brand, Cruz said: "This is the first time I've worn Whatever accessories. They make a very bold statement and definitely have the potential to elevate any outfit." (Source: APH Images/Text: IANS)
Wearing designer Mandira Wirk’s white drape gown, actress Nimrat Kaur looked every bit of a royal princess as she walked the runway at AIFW SS17. The 34-year-old actress donned pearl jewellery teamed with a cape to add more royalty to her look.
“Mandira’s collection is so pretty and feminine. I just love her clothes. It’s beautifully enhancing the female body form and at the same time makes you feel so light and pretty,” said Kaur. (Source: APH Images/Text: PTI)
If there's one thing designer Sanjay Garg's label Raw Mango is famous for, it's his love for Indian traditional weaves, especially Varanasi silks and Chanderis. His latest collection at AIFWSS17 is no different. Mapping the #RoadToChanderi, the designer presented ensembles that were not only contemporary, but were also high on comfort and functionality.
Wazir actress Aditi Rao Hydari turned showstopper for the designer. Clad in a simple yet beautiful chanderi silk lehenga choli, Hydari garnered attention at first glance. The minute gold work detailing of the lehenga and the statement work on the sweetheart neckline blouse were gorgeous. What struck us most is that they can be teamed with other outfits and worn as separates easily. (Source: APH Images)
Athiya Shetty looked stunning as the showstopper in a monochrome ensemble designed by Masaba Gupta for the latest Spring-Summer collection of AIFW SS17. The actress was seen in a black crop top with white flared up-waisted pants, paired with a black and gold printed cape.
Talking about the showstopper dress, Shetty said, "It's something that I feel comfortable in and describes the Maybelline girl -- confident and comfortable." (Source: APH Images/Text: IANS)
Blossomed under the vibrant, dynamic and bold look, actress Disha Patani walked down the ramp for Love Generation, which made a sparkling debut on the first day of Amazon India Fashion Week.
The 21-year-old actress rocked the runway with her smile and confidence and was no less than a sight for sore eyes.
“I loved walking for Love Generation because it is a collection I would love to wear personally. I can dress it up or dress it down with the right make-up and shoes!”, Patani said. (Source: APH Images/Text: PTI)
Clad in a black and red saree, actress Tisca Chopra sashayed down the ramp for designer Kavita Bhartia on the third day of the 28th edition of Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2017. Tisca shared the simple yet unique look of Bhartiya's work.
“Kavita Bhartia’s clothes have an easy effortless chic with a luxe finish. Her looks can be worn many times over in multiple ways… That’s what I love about her label,” Tisca said in a statement. (Source: APH Images)
Sona Mohapatra, who turned showstopper for the label Virtues by Viral, Ashish and Vikrant, added drama with her powerful act at the ongoing Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2017. The singer, who was seen sporting a bright orange layered pleated dress made of a fabric called Kotpad with natural dye, entered the stage dancing to the song "Tere ishq nachaya" sung by her.
She even sung a few lines of the song "Aja ve" live for the audience. Talking about the collection, Mohapatra said, "I am proud to be here...It would be interesting to share with you also that the garment I am wearing took 16-20 days to dye. It's an all natural dye. The more you wear these garments, the colour starts getting darker and deeper, which is such a rare thing." (Source: APH Images/Text: IANS)