Bollywood's latest sensation Sonam Kapoor has ushered in the new year with style by gracing the cover of Vogue magazine's latest edition in a Roberto Cavalli's creation.
The Masakalli girl will be seen donning Cavalli's designs and talking about her transition from flab to fab in the magazine.
"The unique thing about the collection this time is that there are no prints. Generally he (Cavalli) has lots of prints especially animal prints but there aren't any this time and I love it. It is really beautiful. It is goth and it is really street and sexy," Sonam told a news channel.
Cavalli, who was equally impressed by Sonam's spirit, said, "She is so lovely. She is magic and she is perfect for Cavalli as she is so young and dynamic."
The Delhi 6 actress also gave an insight to her luxury which is the theme for the magazine's edition.
"My luxury is being at home and eating peshawari food. Also having someone who loves you is a great luxury," Sonam said.
Fashion Director for the magazine, Anaita Shroff Adajania, said, "Sonam is some one who understands fashion quite well. She has a kind of style which is very unique to Indian sensibilities."
"I love being boho, goth, street, chic but the best is being Indian. I think I love my Indian clothes the most," Sonam said.