Bollywood’s glam goddess, Sushmita Sen walks in a stunning piece for Hyderabad-based fashion designer, Sashi Vangapalli on the final day of Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017.
Making an imperial appearance, Sushmita Sen enthralled spectators by her perky strides down the runway in a majestic purple gown. It had a structured, embellished peplum bodice with crafted sleeves and a cascading asymmetrical trail with which she charmed viewers.
The intricacy and beauty of Bidri art form was an influential aspect for the vibrant collection presented by Sashi Vangapalli for her label ‘Mugdha Art Studio’, at 6Degree Studio during Lakmé Fashion Week, Summer/Resort 2017. Sashi Vangapalli had in mind modern Indian women deeply rooted to their traditional roots. Bidri art form gave meaning to this thought process. Bidri art form, originated in the town of Bidar, is a mix of Persian, Arabic and Turkish art forms, with the most important local aspect of utilizing soil to make Bidri-ware. She associated the use of soil to the traditions imbibed in her women.