Mumbai's dabbawalas, taxi and auto drivers, fisherfolk walked the ramp for a fashion show.
What better way to celebrate the spirit of Mumbai than with a fashion show dedicated to the people of the city.
Pearl Academy hosted their annual graduation event 'Portfolio 2017' in Mumbai.
As part of their campaign #MumbaiByDesign, the students of the academy got dabbawalas, taxi and auto drivers, fisherfolk and even cops to turn models for a show.
Don't believe us? Take a look!
IMAGE: This fisherfolk has got swag!
All photographs: Kind courtesy Pearl Academy
IMAGE: The superheroes of Mumbai -- a dabbawala with a cape :)
IMAGE: Not a bad way to present the fisherfolk who are definitely a colourful lot.
IMAGE: The idea was not to deviate from the uniforms worn by the dabbawalas.
The students added a fresh twist to their look with brightly coloured tiffins and sneakers.
IMAGE: These dabbawalas may be walking the ramp for the first time, but not once did their step falter.
IMAGE: A woman constable walks down the ramp with a smile pasted on her face and spring to her step.
IMAGE: Auto-rickshaw and taxi drivers were also part of the show.
IMAGE: A taxi driver takes centrestage.