Bollywood starlet Disha Patani made every one go crazy as she walked down the Lakmé Fashion Week (LFW) Summer/Resort 2017 ramp.  She has never looked so beautiful before, the actress impressed everyone as she sashayed the runway in designer Jayanti Reddy’s creation at The 6Degree Studio during Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017. She graced the runway with embroidered, ink blue lehenga and choli combination that had a cream, polka dot, gotta Patti  dupatta adorned with huge tassels. Disha flaunted her toned figure in the low-cut outfit. With a beautiful statement neck-piece she looked like a goddess as she modelled for Jayanti Reddy. Isn’t she looking gorgeous? (ALSO READ Tabu and Carol Gracias were a vision of ethereal beauty in Gaurang Shah’s Muslin collection at Lakme Fashion Week 2017!).Also Read - Ek Villain Returns Release Date Out: John Abraham-Arjun Kapoor Bring Eid Gift For Fans, Read on

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Jayanti Reddy who is a favourite with Bollywood stars such as Jacqueline Fernandez, Sonali Bhendre, Aditi Rao Hyadri and many more showcased a very feminine and haute designs on the LFW for the coming season. (ALSO READ Amyra Dastur awed us in this metallic off-shoulder asymmetric gown at Lakme Fashion Week 2017!). Also Read - Disha Patani Goes Sultry In Halter-Neck Floral Pink Bikini In Latest Boomerang Video | Watch

Jayanti Reddy at LFW SR 17

The designs were elegant, feminine with naturally dyed, hand-woven textiles. All the outfits had intricate hand embroidery.

Showstopper Disha Patani for Jayanti Reddy at LFW SR 17 (2)

The highlights of the collection were the flared poncho tops were teamed with dhoti pants, while angular lace tunics looked divine on pristine white, flared, long skirts. (ALSO READ Bollywood diva Malaika Arora looks hot in sexy red bralette and yellow lehenga at LFW 2017!).

Jayanti Reddy at LFW SR 17 (2)

For something a little sexier, Jayanti added micro shorts under long flowing covers or a draped lehenga with a knee length kurta. Sheers and solids were released on the ramp for layered wide palazzos, tiered skirts and romantic saris. Victorian ruffles were a prominent inspiration throughout the collection. Popular model Carol Gracias glided down the runway in a serene polka dotted, gotta Patti, cream saree teamed with an ornate, black blouse that had a ruffled collar.