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Glam alert! Have you met these showstoppers?

Last updated on: March 20, 2017 11:50 IST
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See how Alia, Richa, Sakshi and Sangram Singh made heads turn at the Amazon India Fashion Week in Delhi.

The last few days, Delhi witnessed a different kind of global warming.

The Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter was a melting pot of fashionistas and celebrities showcasing their stylish best.

But it was these showstoppers who truly stole the runway with their inimitable charm. 

IMAGE: Alia Bhatt looked bewitching in a black single shoulder creation with slit pants.
All photographs: Kind courtesy Zeno Group for Fashion Design Council of India

IMAGE: The actor walked for Namrata Joshipura whose collection, sponsored by Maybelline New York, featured evening gowns and party dresses in red and black.

IMAGE: Sakshi Tanwar made a gorgeous entry in an off white lehenga from designer Anju Modi's Neelambar collection.

IMAGE: The designer melded traditional hand woven embroidery and motifs to create a timeless line.

IMAGE: Wrestler and reality star Sangram Singh looked dapper in a black and white plaid suit which he smartly accessorised with a hat.

IMAGE: Prateik Babbar looked charming in a white suit walking with designers Kommal and Ratan Sood in their new collection aimed at the 'metrosexual man'.

IMAGE: Singer-actor Anushka Manchanda added a touch of luxury to streetwear in these military inspired pants and jacket designed by Abhishek Patani.

IMAGE: Angad Bedi and Nora Fatehi looked adorable in black bespoke creations from designer Pawan Sachdeva's TREG collection.

IMAGE: Black seemed to be the favourite colour of the season.
Jaipur-based Rohit Kamra picked Richa Chaddha as his leading lady to present his yin and yang inspired line which aimed to blend international trends with the Indian royalty.

IMAGE: And there was Dino Morea who modelled a quirky black jacket and trouser combo for designer Sahil Aneja.
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