Shruti Hasaan walked the ramp for Anushree Reddy's new summer line, 'Mughal India'. Looking fabulous in an ethnic number, Shruti swept the audience off their feet with her smile and beauty.
The look on the models too were jaw dropping and not to forget the very stylish outfits were worth a second look. Anushree Reddy's Mughal India is fabulous and it is seen that this time too she has decided to give a more feminine design to her collection without changing her signature style.
Looking closely at each of the couture, you will see they have vintage floral prints on extremely feminine designs and vintage floral prints on extremely feminine designs is the new add on.
"My inspiration was nothing but the passion I had towards fashion designing and my creativity towards garments and textures. One can achieve everything in life in any field if he/she has undeterred focus and perseverance. Each design inspires me to come up with another and that process in on-going. This aspiration comes with passion and I think that's my mantra," she says.
So, here is the best of her work. You should definitely be a part of it, take a look:
Showstopper: Shruti Hasaan
Actress Shruti Hasaan left the audience speechless with her look on the ramp. Wearing a sexy lehenga of mint green, with a dash of pink, featured with a brocade silver choli, this beauty made jaws drop.
Time For Whites
Bright hues with a feminine touch totally rocked the ramp on day 3 by designer Anushree's collection.
Neon Is In
Drapes, flowy silhouettes and neon shades were in abundance on the sizzling ramp at LFW 2016 day 3.
Florals Against Neon
Since florals have always been the designer's favourite pattern, she made sure it was against something bright.
Mint green and gold, what a combination, we least expected to fall in love with this colour.
The Best Of All
Dreamy soft pink and tangerine with a modern touch by Anushree Reddy.
What A Beauty
Elegance done right at Anushree Reddy collection which was featured on the ramp of day 3 at LFW 2016.
Here Comes The Bride
Lehengas were over-flowing on the ramp, and the colours seen, were a beautiful treat to the eyes.