Marathi mulgi Mugdha Godse looked gorgeous in a Gaurang Shah creation at Lakme Fashion Week.
Photographs by Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com.
Gaurang Shah showcased an exquisite collection as part of the Indian Textile Show on Day Three.
The theme was Vrindavan -- inspired by Radha-Krishna and each of the creations were S-T-U-N-N-I-N-G!
Take a look.
IMAGE: Mugdha Godse simply took our breath away.
IMAGE: Demure bridal beauty, isn't she?
IMAGE: The handwoven saree was part of Shah's Vrindavan collection. #Rasleela
IMAGE: The mogra laden hairdo, the round white bindi and big earrings took tradition to another level.
IMAGE: The silken drapes charmed us one by one.
IMAGE: The sherwanis for men were accentuated by floral printed shawls.
IMAGE: Greens, reds and gold -- the colour palette was traditionally rich.
IMAGE: The zardosi work on the pallu stood out.
IMAGE: Jaipuri kurtas were teamed with pleated dhotis and shawls for impact.
IMAGE: The silhouettes for the men were crafted to perfection.
IMAGE: Jamdani, Paithani, Pathan Patola, Kancheevaram -- the line saw it all.
IMAGE: Parvathy Omanakuttan looks beautiful in a silk creation.
IMAGE: Gaurang deserves special credit for putting together the best of India's tradition on one stage.
IMAGE: Gaurang poses with his stunning showstopper.
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