Huma Qureshi shows her glamorous side at LFW
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Best known for her role in 'Gangs of Wasseypur', actress Huma Qureshi today walked the ramp for designer Atithi Gupta at the Lakme Fashion Week here.
Huma took to the ramp as showstopper wearing Atithi's creation - a beautiful knee length golden zardozi sleeveless shrug, while a song from 'Gangs of Wasseypur' played in the back ground. Director Anurag Kashyap was present to cheer her.
"In the movie she (Huma) plays love interest of a gangster (Nawazuddin Siddiqui). There is lot of drama to her character in the film - she tries to imitate Madhuri Dixit. I thought this side of her character would add drama to my garments and that she would do justice," Atithi said.
Atithi's outfits mixed fabrics like georgette, wrinkled crepe, chiffons and cotton silks exhibited a feminine and classy feel.
"I work on detailing. My garments look simple but there is lot of texturing and gathering. I wanted to keep it minimalistic, stylish and different," Atithi said.
The first half of the fifth day at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2012 saw an interesting mix of collection by new breed designers like Nupur Kanol, Ruchika Sachdeva, Amrita Thakur, Prashant Chauhan, Surya Sarkar and Nishka Lulla.
Designer Nupur Kanol showcased armour jacket, corded jackets, pleated, embroidered and printed silk trousers, crushed track suit, printed silk jumpsuit, embroidered pantsuits and waistcoats. It included dark and sombre colours with an essence of white and sea green.
It was shimmer and shine from Amrita Thakur with her collection titled 'Salma Sitara'.
Amrita showed more creations in net in shades of green, rust, mustard, yellow, peach, red, orange, vermilion and henna. The collection included delicate net saris with zari work, kalidar kurtas, jackets teamed with a bright kurta and striking dupattas.
Daughter of renowned designer Neeta Lulla, Nishka aimed at the modern women who love to opt for truly travel-Boho-chic garments.
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