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IN PICS: How Minnie Mouse turned fashion icon!

Last updated on: March 3, 2012 21:31 IST

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Disney Couture presented Mickey and Minnie -- lines from Little Shilpa and Nitin Bal Chauhan -- inspired by the immortal cartoon character.

Drawing upon the childhood memories of the two immortal Disney characters -- Mickey and Minnie Mouse, designers Shilpa Chavan and Nitin Bal Chauhan showcased their lines for Disney Couture.

Little Shilpa's collection was essentially made up of headpieces, neckpieces, bags, shoes and apparel.

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Carol Gracias walks the ramp in a headpiece by Little Shilpa visibly inspired by Minnie's red bow.


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Shilpa's line was essentially black and white with an occasional dash of red.


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Candice Pinto walks the ramp for Little Shilpa sporting a red headgear.


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Mickey's silhouette was an obvious inspiration for Shilpa's collection as is seen in this outfit made entirely of those.


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With two dozen odd balloons pinned to her back, this model closed the show for Little Shilpa.


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Nitin Bal Chauhan also sought inspiration from Mickey and Minnie's colourful motifs. Diva Dhawan walks the ramp in a dress with a seemingly countless heart-shaped buttons.


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Chauhan's designs were for both women and men high on structured style. A models walks the ramp in a denim jumpsuit.


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Denim was Chauhan's fabric of choice; Candice Pinto sports an off-shoulder baby-doll dress.


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A model walks the ramp in a Mickey Mouse t-shirt teamed with a pair of denim three-fourths and jacket.


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Army boots were the call of the day as a model shows how a simple pair white shirt-blue jeans combination can be stylish too.


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Gamchas, as we were to discover, were far from being dead. Don't also miss the sling bag that we thought was quite cute!


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Siddharth Rawal shows how nerdy is the new sexy.


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In one of the happiest moments of the show, Minnie Mouse made a grand appearance on the ramp bringing smiles to the grimmest of the fashion critics.


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Minnie takes centerstage as Shilpa Chavan and Nitin Bal Chauhan look admiringly at their muse.


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