Bollywood beauties Kriti Sanon, Bhumi Pednekar, Tapsee Pannu, Aditi Rao Hydari, Dia Mirza glided down the runway with elan at the Lakme Fashion Week Winter/ Festive 2017 on Day five.
The 'Bareilly Ki Barfi' star looked regal as she turned 'Midnight Muse' for Arpita Mehta. She donned an ornate bralet and lehenga with enticing ruffled long trails.
One of the biggest fashionistas, Malaika Arora walked the runway for young designer Ridhi Mehra Sekhri, whose collection was inspired by the beauty and intricate interiors of Islamic domes.
Malaika made a show stopping entry in sheer, red, tulle, jumpsuit lavishly covered with tassels and a seductive long trail with beaded fringing.
Wearing a stunning floor-length, long-sleeved, intricately, embellished jacket over a sheer delicately embroidered piece, Taapsee's outfit was a definite trendsetter for women who want to make their mark in the crowd and look glamorous.
The 'PINK' star turned showstopper for Divya Reddy, who made a strong fashion statement when she declared 'green' as the new black,
Actress Diana Penty walked the ramp for Hyderabad-based designer Shriya Bhupal who unveiled her collection 'Vignette Vista' under her label Shriya Som
The 'Cocktail' star looked radiantly stunning as she strutted down the ramp in a structured, ball-room worthy, floral, ivory gown with intricate detail
Nancy Luharuwalla's label 'De Belle' presented an exciting and innovative but totally wearable women's wear collection "Allure By De Belle" at the 6Degree Studio.
Her showstopper, the gorgeous Illeana D'Cruz graced the ramp in a black off- shoulder, full-flared dress with floor-kissing sleeves. Bold floral motifs mesmerizingly added the right touches of glamour.
Debutant Nidhi Agerwal of 'Munna Michael' fame turned showstopper for Monica and Karishma of Amoh By Jade. She donned a powder blue lehenga with a backless cropped blouse and pleasantly surprised the audience.
Aditi Rao Hydari turned showstopper for designer Jayanti Reddy in a black full-flared lehenga, maxi Anarkali style jacket, soft gold bandeau blouse and dupatta, all embroidered in golden hues and looked like a Byzantine period princess.
The lovely Dia Mirza left the audience in awe when she walked the ramp for Kusum and Karishma Luharuwal for their label Faabiiana in a fully embroidered deep 'V' neck, floor-length Chikankari jacket and ghaghra with perfect Gota work.