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WIFW: Sania Mirza to walk the ramp for Ritu Pande

Tennis star Sania Mirza has been chosen by Ritu Pande as the showstopper for her show on Friday at WIFW.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi |
Updated: October 8, 2014 10:46:03 am
sania-ritu-main Ritu Pande (left) will launch a collection titled “Lady in Lace”, inspired by the layered nuances and hidden beauty of quintessential Victoriana. Tennis player Sania Mirza (right) will turn showstopper for her on Friday.

Tennis star Sania Mirza has been chosen by Ritu Pande as the showstopper for her show on Friday at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week (WIFW) Spring-Summer 2015, starting here Wednesday.

The designer will launch a collection titled “Lady in Lace”, inspired by the layered nuances and hidden beauty of quintessential Victoriana. The French and Italian laces will witness a mixed play of layering and embroidery.

Colours like white, coral and midnight blue will present the story of the collection.

“It is wonderful to be back and in fact a great honour to be doing the seventh season at WIFW. It gives great exposure and a serious and creative mix to any designer to express oneself through a collection that reflects pure sense of aesthetics without any constraints,” Pande said in a statement.

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