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Maharashtra CM's wife powerwalks for a cause

May 30, 2016 17:10 IST

Amruta Fadnavis was the chief guest for a fashion show by students that highlighted age-old Indian arts and crafts.

At a recently concluded fashion show 'Maharashtra Power Walk', organised by the National Institute of Fashion Technology, young and creative minds showcased outfits that focused on reviving Maharashtra's tribal culture through art and craft, along with other dying art and weaving forms.

To support and encourage the students, prominent celebrities and models adorned the ensembles styled by them on the runway.

Here's a glimpse of the collection!

Amruta Phadnavis

IMAGE: Maharashtra chief minister's wife Amruta Fadnavis who was the chief guest and showstopper for the evening, greeted the audience with folded hands. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Amruta Fadnavis

IMAGE: Wearing a red kurta accessorised by a jhumka and studded bangles, the banker-singer vowed everyone with her confident gait and smile. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Amruta Fadnavis

IMAGE: The paithani inspired kurta, the bright red bindi and the slick hairdo, we must say, looked great on her. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Sonali Kulkarni

IMAGE: Draped in six yards of grace, actor Sonali Kulkarni's zari-bordered sari brought ancient crafts back to fashion. She finished her traditional look with gold jewellery. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Sandip Soparrkar

IMAGE: He's got attitude! Choreographer Sandip Soparrkar impressed us in a bright red silk kurta and beige churidar set teamed with a long jacket. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Renuka Shahane, Penaz Masani and Shobhaa De (from left to right)

IMAGE: Renuka Shahane, Penaz Masani and Shobhaa De (from left to right) brought forth the true spirit of Maharashtra in these colourful paithani saris. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar and (extreme rightYouMe&We PR 

Bharat Dhabolkar

IMAGE: Veteran adman and theatre personality Bharat Dhabolkar emerged in a black pathani suit. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Harsha Bhogle (on the left) and Ashutosh Gowariker

IMAGE: Meanwhile Harsha Bhogle (on the left) and Ashutosh Gowariker smartened up in short kurta and pyjamas paired with Nehru jackets. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Shaina NC

IMAGE: Fashion designer Shaina NC was all smiles. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Narendra Kumar

IMAGE: And designer Narendra Kumar exhibited a cool, comfy vibe in cottons. Don't miss those floral printed moccasins. Photograph: Kind Courtesy YouMe&We PR

Deepti Gujral

IMAGE: And here come the leggy models! We found Deepti Gujral's peplum upper have a striking resemblance with Gujarat's traditional top, the kedia, that men usually wear for garbaPhotograph: Pradeep Bandekar

IMAGE: This crop top with patchwork over a pair of cigarette pants was quite interesting.  Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

IMAGE: Take notes from models on how to wear quirky patterns and prints. BTW, that leather fanny pack (on the right) looked quite trendy. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

IMAGE: Dancing and goofing around -- that's how the models brought some fun on the runway. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

IMAGE: These structured Kosa silk draped fusion ensembles were simply mesmerising... isn't it?
 Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

IMAGE: Dressed in goth-inspired gowns, these models looked fashionable fierce. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Sucheta Sharma

IMAGE: Sucheta Sharma -- who sashayed the ramp in a floor-length gown with an embroidered cape -- was a vision in white. Photograph: Kind Courtesy YouMe&We PR

Ruhi Chaturvedi

IMAGE: Model Ruhi Chaturvedi looked nothing less than a princess in a beige embroidered gown. Photograph: Kind Courtesy YouMe&We PR

Ruhi Chaturvedi

IMAGE: And it was cuteness overload when tiny tots walked with the models on the ramp. Photograph: Kind Courtesy YouMe&We PR

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