The former beauty queen and actor tells Rediff.com's Prasanna Zore why she loved walking for House of Kotwara.
The fashion label House of Kotwara is famous for its chikankari ensembles.
The latest collection 'Baharan' showcased on Day 3 of the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2020 was inspired from springtime flowers and nature.
Dia Mirza was the showstopper.
Take a look at their collection:
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Dia Mirza looked breathtakingly beautiful in a chikankari corset and dusty grey lehenga as she walked the ramp.
"I am wearing a corset made from chikankari and it has the classical work of House of Kotwara beadwork done with chikankari" Dia told Rediff.com's Prasanna Zore.
"This is a creation designed by Sama Ali, Muzaffar and Meera Ali's daughter who has grown and loved to celebrate Indian craftsmanship from a small village called Kotwara."
The showstopping outfit featured floral embroidery which Dia wore with a pleated dupatta.
"The skirt has my favourite moon motif; then there is aari work; zardosi work, and applique work in it. It is beautiful," added the 38 year old actor as bared her abs in the stunning creation.
The line featured western silhouettes such as jackets with minimal embroidery.
Kurtis with peplum sleeves like the one Sanea Sheikh modelled were also part of the collection.
There were dresses and jumpsuits with mirror work detailing.
The pleated hemline added a modern dimension to the traditional creation.
The designer showed how to pair a chikankari bralette with cotton shorts.
The designers pose with their beautiful showstopper alongside present king of Kotwara Padma Shri Muzaffar Ali Kotwara.