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Make way for the Queen!

Last updated on: August 03, 2015 18:43 IST
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Kangana's latest ramp appearance will tell you why she's also the queen of fashion.

Designer Manav Gangwani who presented his collection on the final day of India Couture Week in Delhi recently, had Kangana Ranaut as his showstopper.

And boy, did she look stunning! Check out these pictures from the show...

Kangana Ranaut for Manav Gangwani

Kangna looked stunning in a deep purple gown with a plunging neckline as she walked down the ramp for Manav Gangwani.

Kangana Ranaut for Manav Gangwani

And then she smiled... leaving us go weak in our knees!

"The gown is very heavy. It is at least 30 kgs, and I wasn't walking, the gown was pushing me. So, I was nervous as this is the longest ramp that could ever be there. But it was fun as all beautiful things come with a price," Kangana, 28, said after the show.

A Manav Gangwani collection

Remember Noyonika Chatterjee, the dusky model who ruled the runways in the '90s?

Here she blows us away in this exquisite sequinned number.

Models display Manav Gangwani collection

The collection was vibrant and romantic, like this fresh peachy coral princess gown.

A Manav Gangwani collection

Model Arshia Ahuja shimmers a grey body hugging number from Gangwani's 'Le’amoureuse' line.

Models display Manav Gangwani collection

There was something for men too!

Models display Manav Gangwani collection

Delightfully opulent fabrics, from shimmery, sheer tulle, to glimmering sequin georgettes; from translucent organza to sheer French laces, were the highlight of the show.

"The collection is very romantic. There are a lot of butterflies, roses, beautiful women and art in the backdrop of the show," Gangwani said.

Kangana Ranaut with Manish Gangwani

And here's designer with his muse.

Photographs: Courtesy FDCI

With inputs from PTI

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