Bollywood actors Shahid Kapoor and Arjun Kapoor broke into some Bollywood moves at the Lakme India Fashion Week (LFW) ramp here Saturday, when they walked for designer Kunal Rawal.
Arjun, who looked smart in a black kurta pyjama walked the ramp and later danced to the tunes of "Ram Lakhan", and even performed signature dance steps that his paternal uncle Anil Kapoor performed on the original number.
Bling and colour seem to be the flavour of the spring season with designers like Pia Pauro, Sanjay Hingu and Komal Sood presenting bright and colourful lines, with a hint of bling, at the Lakme Fashion week (LFW) summer-resort 2013 here Saturday.
The collections were full of life and very much wearable.
Pia Pauro's line, 'Grecian Goddess', was heavily Greece-inspired.
Designers Nikhil Thampi, Nishka Lulla and Nupur Kanoi presented fashionable yet wearable lines on the second day of Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) summer-resort 2013 here Saturday.
Popular anchor Shibani Dandekar, who was there to cheer the designers, was especially appreciative of the creations due to their wearability.
"I love the fact that all the clothes can translate from the runway into real life. They are all very wearable. Usually, Indian designers make their clothes very blingy, but here we saw three designers who didn't," Shibani told the media post the show.
Veteran singer Asha Bhosle, who ventured into acting with "Mai", even did the catwalk at designer Manish Malhotra's spectacular show, celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema, at the Lakme Fashion Week summer-resort 2013 here.
The show, held Friday night, turned out to be one unforgettable affair.
Asha Bhosle, who was sitting in the audience and admiring the creations along with actress Hema Malini and costume designer Bhanu Athaiya, was called up on the ramp, and she was delighted.
Ace designer Manish Malhotra Friday dedicated his line to 100 years of Indian cinema at the Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Summer-Resort 2013.
The show started with four renowned filmmakers of "Bombay Talkies" -- Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee and Zoya Akhtar -- walking the ramp. All four were dressed in black.
Malhotra's collection was inspired by the three main eras of fashion in Indian cinema -- from 1913 to 2013 -- and was a homage to the distinctive styles of every iconic period in Indian cinema.