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At 7, she's the cutest model on Instagram

March 26, 2017 11:00 IST

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Savy Monroe

IMAGE: Savy Monroe, 7, has been modelling since she was five.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Savy Monroe/Instagram

Folks, don't let this young one's age and cute demeanour deceive you.

Savy Monroe may have recently turned seven, but she's already a star on social media.

Over the past year and half, the US-based child artist has worked for some top fashion brands like H&M, Lucky Brand Jeans and Maddie Style.

According to mother Susie, who also happens to be her manager, Savy knew she wanted to be a model when she was three.

'When she was three she started asking to be a model. We were just kind of amazed that she even knew what that was. We just kept telling her 'no, you don't know what you're talking about'. We don't have any models or anything like that in the family so we weren't sure where all that was coming from,' Susie told Daily Mail.

For a seven-year-old who has recently entered modelling, Savy has 1,69,23,000 followers on her Instagram account where she shares stylish, cute and goofy pictures from her photoshoots.

Vaani Kapoor turns showstopper for Manish Malhotra

IMAGE: Vaani Kapoor looked stunning in pastel lehenga with feathered accents which she teamed with an embellished offshoulder choli.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Manish Malhotra/Instagram

After wowing audiences at fashion weeks in Mumbai and Delhi, Vaani Kapoor made heads turn in Hyderabad as well.

The Befrikre actor was one of the showstoppers for Manish Malhotra's Summer Couture 2017 which was earlier showcased by Anushka Sharma during the Mijwan fundraiser show in Mumbai.

IMAGE: Showstoppers Akhil Akkineni and Vaani Kapoor pose with Manish Malhotra in Hyderabad.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Manish Malhotra/Instagram

Joining her on the ramp was Telugu actor Akhil Akkineni who looked dapper in an embellished kurta from the designer's collection.

'Congrats @manishmalhotra05 on your show and for showcasing such incredible talent. Loved being there with you and the gorgeous @_vaanikapoor' the actor posted on Instagram.

Bella goes bra-less for mag cover

Bella Hadid on Porter magazine

IMAGE: Bella covers for Porter magazine's Summer issue.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Porter magazine

If you want to see how beautiful Bella Hadid looks without makeup, you got to see Porter magazine's latest cover.

The fashion magazine's Summer issue features Bella Hadid on the cover posing in nothing but a white jacket against the backdrop of a beach in the Bahamas.

She is wearing no makeup and has also ditched her bra for the magazine's cover, shot by Terry Richardson.

'Sneak of my @PORTERmagazine cover shot in the beautiful Bahamas by the man @TERRYRICHARDSON styled by @georgecortina dream team @dickpageface on face @bartpumpkin on hair Order in the next 24 hours to get a copy early #PORTERmagazine full story out April 7th Thank you everybody!!! xx,' Bella captioned the cover on Instagram.

The Beauty and the Beast has an Indian connection!

IMAGE: Emma's costume in Beauty and the Beast was handcrafted in India.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sinéad O'Sullivanm/Instagram

We are assuming you have already watched the Beauty and the Beast, which is a five star movie.

If you have not already, here's another reason why you must absolutely not miss the movie.

The dress that Emma Watson wore in the film has been designed by two Indian designers. 

It was hand embroidered in Bhuj by youngsters Kasam and Juma. Yes, that's right!

Sinéad O'Sullivanm, the film's assistant costume designer made the revelation last week through an Instagram post.

'Belle's bodice from @Beautyandthebeast was beautifully hand embroidered by artisan brothers Kasam and Juma in Bhuj, Western India. They used a technique called "Aari work" which is a very fine chain stitch traditional to the Kutch area of Gujarat. This style lent itself very nicely to this eighteenth century French floral design. Costume designed by Jacqueline Durran, photo credit: Simon Marks,' Sullivanm wrote.

Makes your heart swell with pride, doesn't?

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