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AIFW: These Bollywood actors are confirmed to walk the ramp!

Randeep Hooda, Aditi Rao Hydari, Athiya Shetty, Shriya Saran & Malaika Arora Khan are among showstoppers at AIFWAW16! By Team Born of Web


Aditi Rao Hydari via Facebook

As expected, the Autumn Winter edition of Amazon India Fashion Week 2016 will be star-studded affair. We are getting confirmations of Bollywood stars walking the ramp and will keep you posted as and when we get more dope on that.

For now, actress Aditi Rao Hydari will scorch the ramp for designer Shruti Sancheti while Shriya Saran will walk for Anaikka by Kanika Saluja. Randeep Hooda will up the ante for designer Rohit Kamra. Designer Namrata Joshipura will have Athiya  Shetty as her showstopper

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For her Autumn Winter collection, Shruti Sancheti will invoke many exotic cultures from Instanbul. Rooted in the Islamic architecture and the Byzantine opulence, the collection features luxurious modern cuts with quintessential handcrafted pieces. Conflicting pattern clashes of fluid paisley, geometric mosaics and rustic clamp dying form the core DNA of this line.

The collection is a paradox of conflicting crafts, fabrics and cultural ethos, deeply influenced by the unconventional characteristics of the historic and exotic cities. “Since the distinctive feature of our brand is to celebrate textiles and crafts, the collection offers natural fibres like finely woven Karnataka silk, chanderi, chambray, wool, teamed with international favourite’s like felt and denim, to impart a global appeal,” said Sancheti in a statement.

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