Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Witness Regal Walk of Begum-E-Jannat Kangana Ranaut in Manav Gangwani

Regal Walk of Begum-E-Jannat Kangana Ranaut in Manav Gangwani at India Couture Week 2016
Begum-E-Jannat Kangana Ranaut in Manav Gangwani: Kangana looking a Mughal Empress in heavily embroidered tradition lehenga, choli and dropped dupatta

Kangana Ranaut, who walked the couture runway second time for Designer Manav Gangwani, unveiled Manav’s collection Begum-E-Jannat to put down the curtain of India Couture Week 2016. Influenced by art, history and essence of India, Manav Gangwani took his move for the new movement “Make in India”. He showed his responsible and participating mark towards contributing as an artist of this nation. This special collection Begum-E-jannat was also a dedication to Manav Gangwani’s friend Zainab Nedou Patel.

This season’s couture saw its last show with it and took a pleasant sigh in richness and opulence. The designer left no stone unturned to bring the best to express his love for Kashmir, the galaxy, and his crazy side for King Henry VIII. He beautifully brought all of them together and gave a treat to spectators.

The amalgamation of Russian aristocratic entities and Kashmiri elements did wonders on the runway when his supporting models showcased his collection with regal walks.

Kangana Ranaut in Mughal Empress avatar for designer Manav Gangwani's collection Begum E Jannat at India Couture Week 2016
Diva Kangana Ranaut donned the get-up of Mughal Empress for Manav Gangwani's Collection Begum-E-Jannat at ICW2016

While remembering the bits of his show, one name that doesn’t agree bid farewell to mind is Kangana Ranaut. She nailed it and stole the show, grabbing complete attention. Although she donned minimal make-up to team up with an extra-ordinarily elegant costume by Manav Gangwani, yet her curly hair-do completed her look of a Mughal Empress. Her charm and attitude brought a classiness which was incomparable.

Kangana Ranaut flaunted her Mughal Princess avatar looking every bit gorgeous in maroon choli, lehenga and fallen dupatta. Where her upper attire glittered with mirror work, the lehenga owned peacock design with heavy embroidery.

Manav Gangwani used sheer gauzy tissues and silk velvet for his affluent ensembles. The collection included designer lehengas, saris, shervanis and stunning slowing kaftans. The confident models sashayed down the couture ramp in Manav Gangwani leaving everyone in a jaw-dropping phrase.

No need to say, Manav Gangwani’s Begum-E-Jannat will remain alive for a long with everyone who witnessed his collection at India Couture Week 2016.


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