After multiple celebs walking the ramp, it was none other than Sushmita Sen who enthralled the spectators as she walked the Lakmé Fashion Week (LFW) Summer/Resort 2017 ramp. Sushmita modelled for Sashi Vangapalli for her label ‘Mugdha Art Studio’ at The 6Degree Studio during Lakmé Fashion Week, Summer/Resort 2017. And she looked stunning in a majestic purple gown with an asymmetrical trail. The purple gown had a structured, embellished peplum bodice with crafted sleeves and a cascading asymmetrical trail with which she charmed the viewers. (ALSO READ Wowza! Disha Patani graced the LFW runway in this beautiful blue lehenga and choli!).Also Read - Sushmita Sen's Aarya Nominated For Best Drama Series At International Emmy Awards, Actor Shares Excitement
Sashi Vangapalli’s collection showcased the intricacy and beauty of the Bidri art form. The vibrant collection presented by Sashi Vangapalli for her label ‘Mugdha Art Studio’ had in mind modern Indian women deeply rooted to their traditional roots. The Bidri Art Form, which originated in the town of Bidar, is a mix of the Persian, Arabic and Turkish art forms. (ALSO READ Amyra Dastur awed us in this metallic off-shoulder asymmetric gown at Lakme Fashion Week 2017!). Also Read - Watch Out: Sushmita Sen And Rohman Shawl Spotted Together, Janhvi Kapoor Snapped Working Out
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The translation of the art in the collection showcased at the LFW came in form of the motifs used in the embroidery of gold and silver tone, which shows the complexity of the designs on Bidri ware. (ALSO READ Tabu and Carol Gracias were a vision of ethereal beauty in Gaurang Shah’s Muslin collection at Lakme Fashion Week 2017!).
Contemporary silhouettes adorned this richness through strategic placements of the embroidery. The extravagant ensembles comprised a long cape with a jumpsuit, a flowing off-shoulder sheer top with a graceful skirt that had a slit and even an asymmetrical top teamed with pants. These surreal garments had a gradual colour palette, which started with pastels that transformed into rich yellow and then transitioned to the combination of red and black.