Monday, May 13, 2013

Taking a stylish bow

May 14, 2013:-

The final day of the Rajasthan Fashion Week had a bevy of Bollywood stars in attendance in Jaipur.

Surbhi Shah: Her collection was titled \'My Best Friend\'s Wedding\' and showcased saris, Anarkalis, lehengas with long kurtis and cholis. Well-crafted and classy designs in vibrant shades of oranges, reds, fuchsias were the highlight. Bollywood actor and Jaipur girl Anjana Sukhani walked the ramp for her.

Pallavi Jaipur: Full of magic and mystery, Pallavi\'s show merged music and art. Her collection \'Kingdom of Dreams\' had glamorous cuts and styles and was a mix of western wear, traditional Indian clothes and fusion wear. She had Bollywood actors Hrishita Bhatt and Rohit Roy as her showstoppers. The show was jam-packed and also saw a performance by Shibani Kashyap.

Ramesh Dembla: The designer\'s collection paid tribute to the freedom of women. Layers of embellishments with detailing in Indian wear reflected the designer\'s creativity. His westernwear collection had shades of reds, blues, peach, purple and pink. Dembla showcased men and womenswear. \"With my collection, I just want to say, \'Let women celebrate freedom of mind and soul\'. My collection is dedicated to the beautiful ladies who give us a reason to live.\"

Neeta Lulla: RFW came to a close with Neeta\'s show. Her wide range of bridal lehengas and evening gowns with immaculate craftsmanship and detailing left the guests impressed. Bollywood actor Sameera Reddy was Neeta\'s showstopper and wore an orange and pink lehenga-choli. Neeta\'s outfits had intricate detailing which enhanced their appeal.

Mandira Wirk: Rich fabrics like satin silks, velvets, French chiffons, silk jacquards and georgettes formed her collection. Wirk\'s collection was a blend of European royalty and Indian sensibilities.

Himmat Singh: His collection was titled \'Royalty and Equality\'. Singh\'s collection focused on how modern silhouettes can be twisted to fit anyone - be it a man or a woman. He showcased a range of sherwanis, jackets, and hunting shirts, in a variety of fabrics like cotton, terry wool and silk.
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