FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week is back. And their latest season includes fresh faces and new talent.
Starting October 7, the fashion week has announced its return to physical shows at the Jio World Convention Centre in BKC, Mumbai.
Here's looking at five stunning models who are expected to walk the ramp at LFW.
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IMAGE: Renee Kujur goes by the Instagram handle Bad Gal Rene.
The fashion model from Chhattisgarh became an Internet sensation for being Barbadian singer Rihanna's doppelganger.
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Photograph: Kind courtesy Renee Kujur/Instagram
IMAGE: Performer, visual artist, model and entrepreneur Toshada Uma has been blogging about fashion since 2014.
An advocate of body positivity and inclusivity, she is petite and has Alopecia Areata, an auto-immune condition which results in patchy hair loss.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Toshada Uma/Instagram
IMAGE: Plus-size model Janette Tirkey walked the ramp for Designer Payal Singhal last season.
It is such a breath of fresh air to have her back this season as well.
Her advice for you is, 'Get up, do what you love and you'll feel good.'
Photograph: Kind courtesy Janette Tirkey/Instagram
IMAGE: Rajasthani model Nisha Yadav made headlines in 2019 when Smriti Irani spoke about her on Instagram.
'There is a story behind many faces at the Lakme Fashion Week. You see the glamour, you see the glory. They also hide a lot of tears,' wrote the Union minister for women and child development, as she shared a picture of the leggy model.
Nisha, who is a lawyer, has been fighting patriarchy in her village near Kotputli, Alwar.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Nisha Alwar/Instagram and Pankaj and Nidhi/Instagram
IMAGE: In 2017, Kiyara became a much talked about model after she won an international modelling contract with IMG.
Coming from a small town in Rajasthan, she has gone ahead to represent India at Paris, Milan, London, New York and Sydney.
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Photograph: Kind courtesy Kiyara/Instagram