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Delhi Durbar: Sonam Kapoor Rules The Runway, Relives The Bride Moment

Modern Indian Brides

Modern Indian Brides

Wonder what an evening of glamour, elegance and style looks like?

Last week, luxury jewellery brand Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas unveiled its 'Delhi Durbar' collection in the National Capital. Long flowing lehengas, zari-work sarees and traditional jewellery formed the theme of the evening show that was titled ‘Indian Modern Mughals’, .
Actress Sonam Kapoor, the showstopper for the evening, looked resplendent in a gorgeous purple outfit. Supermodels Sonalika Sahay (L) and Lakshmi Rana were amongst others who walked the ramp.

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The Showstopper

The Showstopper

Actress and fashion diva Sonam Kapoor Ahuja walked down the ramp in a traditional, purple lehenga by Jayanti Reddy. The 33-year-old 'Aisha' star wore an exquisite set from the 'Delhi Durbar' collection, and was styled by Tanya Ghavri.

In Pic: Sonam Kapoor Ahuja with Yash Agarwal, Creative Director and Design Head at Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jaipur

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The Bridal Look

The Bridal Look

Celebrity stylist Tanya Ghavri (not pictured) worked on the flawless look of Sonalika Sahay (L), among other models. The look was in sync with the traditional, heavy jewellery that was on display.

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Tribute To Royal Trends

Tribute To Royal Trends

The evening also saw soulful renditions by Rajasthani folk-Sufi musician Kutle Khan, and the Sitaara Band.

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Regal Elegance

Regal Elegance

Sashaying down the ramp, Lakshmi Rana (L) and other models wore bright outfits by ace designer Jayanti Reddy. Silk, brocade, rich embriodery and embellishments ruled the runway.

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Bring Out The Royal In You

Bring Out The Royal In You

The 'Delhi Durbar' collection had a lot to offer for the men as well. Subtle and sophisticated neck pieces accompanied by classy, traditional, high-neck kurtas formed the dress code for the men.

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