Dia Mirza sizzles as a Rajput princess at Indian couture week


Beautiful Dia Mirza turns showstopper for ace designer Anju Modi on the 4th day of FDCI India Couture Week (ICW) 2017. Dia walked the ramp graciously and slowly lifted up her veil, revealing her beautiful face. She looked stunning in a Anju Modi’s creation inspired by the 'Vatika Raas of Vrindavan'. 

Anju Modi's designs have a royal touch and mainly inspired from the Kishangarh School of Art that Princess Vaishnavi Kumari of Kishangarh personally introduced to the designer. 

In a chat, designer Anju Modi spoke about her couture line. She said, "It means that we are coming from the yesteryear and bringing forth the culture and heritage of our prized textiles. And I think I am trying to revive, create and protect it and that's where this whole artistic textiles, embroideries and everything else is getting done on the garments."

Speaking about showstopper and actress Dia Mirza's garment, the designer told, "Dia's garment was inspired the Vatika Raas of Vrindavan. It has all greens, trees, birds peacock and flowers around on the skirt with the actress herself looking like Radha with her beautiful lotus eye, a nath, tika and a borla. The whole dressing was done keeping Radha in mind."

Actress Dia Mirza looked stunning in the multicolour bridal ensemble and matching ornaments. The actress said that she felt extremely proud to be the designer's showstopper. She added, "Anju Modi has been one of those designers who has through almost twenty years of her career being responsible for really protecting, safeguarding and nurturing our heritage."

Speaking about the ensemble that she sported at the ramp, Dia said, "I felt exquisite today wearing this beautifully hand crafted outfit. It's delicate, intricate and it has resonance of an era gone by but yet it is so contemporary, wearable and comfortable."

When it comes to styling, Dia looks up to her mother, the actress said,"I think every little girl looks up to her mother. And all of my life I remember looking at my mother with starry eyes, wishing I could dress as well as her or carry myself like her. My mother has a an amazing personality. I think what always intrigued me about her and the way she carried herself was the fact that her personality reflected so strongly in anything that she wore and I think that's what really completes a garment. It's your character and your personality."
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