Jacqueline Fernandez and Shraddha Kapoor were spotted in the front row to support designer Gaurav Gupta on the last day of the Delhi Couture Week. While Jacqueline wore a gray net sari with a tube blouse, Shraddha donned a red gown with black prints. Both the ladies were wearing Gaurav's creations.
Gaurav doesn't believe in getting Bollywood on the ramp. Former Miss Sri Lanka Jacqueline also thinks the same way, "Fashion show is all about clothes and designer's creativity. It's better to let the garments do the talking rather than Bollywood celebrities stealing the limelight on the ramp."
"I love what I'm wearing. I love the mix of black and red. It's absolutely gorgeous. I loved his collection," said Shraddha Kapoor, who was the show stopper for Anju Modi on Day 3.
Enchanted forest instigated Gaurav's couture. "The collection was inspired by enchanted forest and I tried to create a fantasy world with surrealism depicting lot of femininity and elegance. I have presented a classic modern collection," said the designer.
It featured gowns, jumpsuits, lehengas, saris and overcoats. A lot of drapes and pleats were used. The fabrics were mostly net, chiffons, georgettes and tulles. Colour palette comprised of white, peach, red, yellow and green. Garments were embellished with gold and silver work.
Area around eyes and cheek bones was painted. Head gears and neck pieces were used. Hair was left open gathered on one side.