ICW 2018: Kareena Kapoor Khan closes for Falguni Shane Peacock in a 30 kg gold lehenga
Kareena Kapoor Khan flaunted a head-to-toe gold lehenga, complete with a shimmering nude dupatta and a stunning full sleeved crystal worked blouse
Kareena Kapoor Khan closed the show for Falguni-Shane Peacock in a stunning gold lehenga on Day 2 of the Indian Couture Week ongoing at Taj Palace in New Delhi.
The actress was the showstopper for the designers' collection titled, Amour De Junagarh and flaunted a gold embellished 30 kg A-line lehenga with a full-sleeved blouse and a glittering nude dupatta.
On her outfit, News18 quoted Kareena as saying, "I have walked the ramp for about 10 years and more, but this is the first time I am wearing an outfit that weighs 30 kgs and if weren’t for Falguni and Shane, I wouldn’t have done this."
The crystal work on the lehenga and the feather-like embellishments on the dupatta, complete with a gold look, added romance, glamour and chic to the ensemble; making it an eye-turner for every bride.
About their collection, Falguni Shane Peacock told Hindustan Times, "We have drawn our inspiration from a tale in which a Parisian queen is invited to the resplendent Junagarh Palace in Rajasthan, which is known for its meticulous architecture and grandeur."
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