The former beauty queen dazzled in a traditional silk saree for designer Santosh Parekh.
Photographs and video by Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com.
Designer Santosh Parekh of Tulsi Silks showcased an exquisite line of kanjivarams at Lakme Fashion Week.
In line with the #IWearHandloom campaign started by Smriti Irani, Parekh's collection brought to the fore the rich tradition of silks from India's southern states.
Take a look.
IMAGE: Dia Mirza looked awe-inspiring in a black sari from Tulsi Silks. It was heartening to see musical instruments used as silver motifs.
IMAGE: The mogra laden hairdo, the brocade blouse and the diamond ignite the overall look.
IMAGE: As the muses walked in one by one, the traditional drapes held our attention.
IMAGE: Animal printed motifs like these were there too.
IMAGE: The bright colours and patterns were arresting.
IMAGE: Chequered creations like these were there too.
IMAGE: Shades of yellow with gold illuminated the ramp.
IMAGE: Parvathy Omanakuttan models a pink kanjivaram.
IMAGE: Candice Pinto stuns in a gold and red six yard.
IMAGE: One more shimmering beauty. Studded jhumkis add to the traditional look.
IMAGE: An embroidered blouse like this can change the entire look of the sari.
Watch the video below to view the collection:
Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2016: Full Coverage
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