A bevy of Bollywood actresses unveiled the fashion show named, ‘Khwab 2012’ by Blues Jewellery Company in New Delhi. Mugdha Godse, Zarine Khan and Raveena Tandon sashayed the ramp wearing exquisite jewellery from the brand.
The actress dazzled on the ramp wearing a frothy white gown with jewels encrusted on it. The empire-line was studded with tiny stones and the gown was replete with precious stones of all shapes and sizes.
Mugdha Godse ‘Khwab 2012’
Mugdha wore an emerald and diamond neckpiece with chandelier earrings and a cocktail ring also in diamond and emerald. Bold eye-make-up and a light coral pout completed her look.
The model-turned- actress walked the ramp with a little girl who also wore jewellery by the brand, Blues Jewellery. Her hair was tied back loosely and she sported soft pin curls and straight bangs that fell on her forehead. A ruby neckpiece and shimmer eye-shadow did the trick for the little girl.
Raveena Tandon looked sensuous in a black gown with ruffles and lace adding the oomph to her look. The lady was in good shape to carry off the corset bodice of the gown.
Raveena Tandon ‘Khwab 2012’
Gold detailings merged with the accessories and made the look more appealing. Generous amount of pearls and un-cut diamonds were assembled to create an exquisite piece of jewellery for Raveena. A maang-tika, danglers and a choker was displayed in full-view by the actress.
A partial quiff formed her hair do, a red mouth, beautifully lined eyes and metallic eye-shadow completed her look.
Tangerine was the colour for Ms. Zarine Khan at the show. The actress graced the ramp in a tangerine gown embellished with emeralds, diamonds and other precious stones.
Zarine Khan ‘Khwab 2012’
A twisted serpentine inspired diamond neckpiece, diamond danglers and a bracelet formed a part of her look. Her make-up consisted of a golden eye-shadow, kohl-rimmed eyes, and a glossy tangerine pout.
The models displayed a varied range of jewellery in sultry eye-makeup and opulent gowns. The collection was majorly in diamonds and consisted of majestic chokers, maang-tikas and chandeliers.
Emeralds, rubies and other precious stones were encrusted in the jewellery with contemporary designs fit for the modern bride.