The actress took to Instagram to share her pictures from the fashion show. She also thanked her whole team and Manish Malhotra after walking the ramp.
We are still looking for a moment where Aishwarya Rai Bachchan looks imperfect but guess what it ain’t gonna happen. I mean come on, who on earth can look like this perfect beauty? Time and again Aish reminds us that why she is the most gorgeous woman in this world.
Recently, she turned showstopper at the ace fashion designer Manish Malhotra’s first fashion show in Doha, Qatar. The former Miss World walked the ramp in a beautiful red and ivory gown. The outfit also has a panache long trail which makes the entire look of Aishwarya look more graceful.
She carried the outfit with elegance intricate detailing, embroidery, dewy makeup unconventional hairdo and minimal accessories.
The actress took to Instagram to share her pictures from the fashion show. The pictures have been loved by her fans. She also thanked her whole team and Manish Malhotra after walking the ramp.
Manish showcased his collection at the Indian Fashion Weekend International. He called Aishwarya a timeless icon of beauty and effortless style. Talking about his collection to a leading publication, he said that Aishwarya will be his muse for the collection. He has thought of designing her outfit in the ivory colour as it is her favourite colour. According to Malhotra, the outfit is a festive and into-western wear. Check out her clicks and videos
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