After head-turning showcases by Varun Bahl, Anju Modi, and Tarun Tahiliani, it was time for designer duo Rohit Gandhi+Rahul Khanna (RGRK) to take over the FDCI India Couture Week stage to current their newest assortment. And what a blinding evening it was!
On the fifth day of the style extravaganza, the designers showcased their newest assortment of night put on couture — ‘Fibonacci’ which, in accordance with a press notice, “is constructed for the worldwide Indian dancing at a sangeet one night and waltzing throughout Vienna’s historic ballrooms each other.”
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The occasion was additional elevated as Malaika Arora turned showstopper for RGRK, and walked down the ramp wanting extremely glamorous in an embellished sheer robe that featured a deep neckline, thigh-high slit, and a brief prepare.
Evidently, the fashionista owned the ramp within the dazzling creation that was styled with a press release neckpiece, stilettoes, and the moist hair look.
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However, there was extra in retailer for the viewers because the designers additionally championed physique positivity by their present and had Sakshi Sindwani strolling for them, wanting attractive in an all-black embellished ensemble.
Sakshi Sindwani walks the ramp for Rohit Gandhi+Rahul Khanna. (Rohit Gandhi Rahul Khanna/Instagram)
Taking to Instagram, the body-positive influencer expressed pleasure over strolling the ramp, and wrote, “Final evening was the primary time an inclusive mannequin walked at India Couture Week. We legitimately made historical past collectively and I’m so grateful to have lived that second!”
She additionally took her followers backstage and shared a video that she captioned: “All people has nice power backstage and everybody has the most effective time. I can not consider I acquired to share this area with so many gifted individuals. I’m amazed!”
Designers Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna, and fashions Malaika Arora and Sakshi Sindwani strike a pose collectively on the present. (Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna/Instagram)
Earlier, in an interplay with indianexpress.com, the designers had shared the inspiration behind their assortment. “It’s an architectural phrase. Our work is sort of just like structure in that it wants geometric precision. Impressed by architectural artwork, all of our embroidery and patterns translate into one as we attempt to infuse contemporariness into Indian silhouettes,” Rahul Khanna stated.
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