Dia Mirza believes in walking the talk.
The actor-mum said no to kanyadaan and had her wedding solemnised by a female priest.
The former beauty queen turned showstopper for designers David Abraham and Rakesh Thakore at the ongoing FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week.
Rediff.com's Hitesh Harisinghani reveals what makes her ramp walk special.
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IMAGE: Abraham and Thakore's collection 'Assemble, Disassemble and Reassemble' was showcased as a part of the Sustainable Day celebration at the fashion week.
Showstopper Dia Mirza presented a black and white patchwork kaftan from the designer's line.
All photographs: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com
IMAGE: Calling it a 'truly special collection', Dia explained how the kaftan -- which featured stitchwork detailing and red cuffs -- was 'made of fabric that has been completely recycled from PET bottles.'
Calling it 'the fabric of the future,' she underlined the importance of embracing sustainable, environment-friendly fashion.
IMAGE: The designers's ready-to-wear line featured interesting options in black and white.
IMAGE: The saris were also made from recycled materials.
IMAGE: Sequinned, glittery party wear!
IMAGE: Skirts, tunics, kimono-styled jackets featured interesting detailing.
IMAGE: Sanea Sheikh paired a panelled skirt with a floral blouse.
IMAGE: The inspiring trio -- Rakesh Thakore and David Abraham with their stunning muse.