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India Couture Week 2017: Disha Patani casts her spell on the runway

Last updated on: July 26, 2017 12:52 IST

Disha Patani made us believe in the power of a glamorous black lehenga as she strode the runway for Manav Gangwani at the India Couture Week. 

Take a look!

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Disha Patani defines royalty as the showstopper for Manav Gangwani's latest couture collection, India @ 70. 
All photographs: Kind courtesy FDCI


Disha Patani

The actor cut an imposing figure in this stunning black separates which combined the rich heritage of India with modern, edgy elements. 



This season of the India Couture Week saw the comeback of supermodel Noyonika Chatterjee on the ramp. Doesn't she look absolutely gorgeous in this outfit with Kathakali designs from Kerala. 

If you take a closer look at the collection, you'll notice that the designer has thrown in different elements of design from different regions of India. 


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You can safely call this a 'secular outfit' as brings together different religious symbols. 


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This model grabbed our attention for painting the ramp red!


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Each garment of the collection served as a storyboard. 

Talking about his latest collection, the designer said, "In this collection, I have taken inspiration from the rich Indian heritage and have created a collection that brings together interesting elements from every region of India. I have used techniques silhouettes and designs that together create a perfect amalgamation of traditionalism and authenticity."


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Take a look at the miniature art from the Mughal era on this lehenga. 


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Using different techniques like badla, chikankari, zardosi and parsi, the designer created every garment to perfection. 


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He gave this sari a contemporary twist with frills and a play of colours.


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Manav added some Mughal motifs to this one!


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The accentuated vintage gold elements added a touch of royalty to this beautiful sari.   


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The designer poses with his muse and showstopper. 

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