Designer Sanjukta Dutta paid tribute to the textiles of Assam at the FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week.
Divya Khosla Kumar turned muse for the 'Colours of India' show.
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IMAGE: Sanjukta's collection, Chiki-Miki, was a stylish ode to the traditional weaves of Assam.
Divya Khosla looked ravishing in a black and blue mekhela chador as she walked the ramp for the designer.
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IMAGE: Actor-Producer Divya styled the sari with a strappy choli and a belt.
IMAGE: She accessorised her look with a statement maang tikka and mogra flowers.
IMAGE: The diverse line featured skirts, gowns and jackets with balloon sleeves.
Some of the handcrafted outfits took nearly 45 days to be created from scratch.
IMAGE: Sanjukta played with reds, blacks and gold on Assamese silks.
IMAGE: Sanjukta's designs are aimed at modern women who like to blend tradition with contemporary ideas.
IMAGE: Calling it a pure 'labour of love', Divya praised Sanjukta for putting together such a fabulous lineup.