Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan, who is anticipating her first child with Saif Ali Khan in December, turned showstopper for designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee for the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2016 and states that it was an emotional moment for her as this was the first-time “we were taking the ramp together”.
Kareena’s outfit was heavily embellished in gold threadwork in an complicated Mughal-inspired design, which was superbly offset by the sheer lehenga with starry and glinting golden polkas peeking through, and a complimenting dupatta.
The actress was seen happily flaunting her baby bump in an classy way with a glowing face adding more spark to her amazing personality.
Kareena says that this edition was different for her. “Everyone made this collection so special for me. For me, its quite an emotional moment since this was the very first time we (she and her upcoming child) took the ramp together. It was a moment to treasure, ” the actress told reporters at the show conference after fashion show.
She also states that she was not nervous to walk the ramp and her being pregnant can never be obstacle in anything.
The fashion designer exhibited a collection of lehangas, saris, anarkali suits and a few of the dramatically cut menswear collection at the finale show that left a mesmerising impact on crowd that included Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone, Karishma Kapoor, Kajal Agarwal and many more.
Speaking about his showstopper, the designer stated that he never got the opportunity to work with the actress but expect to design for her soon.
“She is stunning and added much more volume to the outfit. I hope our connection will continue from here on, ” he said.
The Colour Pallete move from reds, golds, blues, greens and even the statement blacks.
The collection highlighted intensely embroidered anarkali suits, cocktail dresses and lehengas. Zardozi, Parsi work, Baroque crystals, Kashmiri tilla work, faux fur are some of the elements that dominate the collection. The heavy and rich velvet, was perfectly offset with the light sheer nets of the lehengas and sarees.