The show was stopped by Bollywood actress Chitrangada Singh. She sashayed down the ramp in a heavily embellished gold and red shimmery lehenga, given a voluminous effect with can-can, paired with a low cut blouse. The collection was inspired by the lifestyle and clothing of ancient Pompeii, it was no wonder that the clothes exuded a “Roman Goddess” like feel and the saris were draped like togas.
One saw a lot of sheer blouses and sheer dresses with intricate embroidery and exquisite gold work. There were also tunics and draped shirts with off shoulder corsets making their marks. Bustiers, halter blouses, stoles, saris, lehengas, floor sweeping dresses, corsets, suits, gowns, jackets and anarkalis among others made their appearance.
There was a rich play of fabrics like velvet, net, silk knit, georgette and tulle in colors comprising of soft pink, peach, red, maroon, pastel green, gold and other jewel tones, creamy white, ivory, blue and black. Rich beaded tassels, metallic prints, appliqué work, intricate gold work, cut work, metal craft, ruching and pleating techniques were some of the breathtaking aspects of the ensembles on display.