Actress Sarah Jane Dias wowed the audiences with her singing skills during designer Jyotsna Tiwari's show at the BMW India Bridal Fashion Week.
Actress Sarah Jane Dias wowed the audiences with her singing skills during designer Jyotsna Tiwari’s show at the BMW India Bridal Fashion Week.
Sarah’s vocals brought alive the romantic mood of Jyotsna’s collection which was titled “Secret Garden” and inspired by a girl in love.
The showstopper ‘with a difference’ walked the ramp towards the closing of the show, after she performed her 20-minute long performance.
“It was a rare honour to perform and walk at the show. This is something, which does not happen always. So, it feels great to be a part of something unique,” Sarah, who looked ravishing in a red saree gown, told PTI.
Jyotsna said she wanted to experiment with the concept of showstopper and felt that having models walking on the ramp to Sarah’s voice was a “great idea.”
“I didn’t want to take the expected route of having a showstopper. I wanted something different. I wanted to have a feel of a very modern romance happening. This is why the jazz came into the picture. She (Sarah) was there throughout the presentation to bind it together. It became strong and nice,” the designer said.
Jyotsna said her bridal line was inspired by a girl in love. “It is about this girl, who is in love and she has reached a place, where she is lost. It is the ‘Secret Garden’, which is full of different feelings. So, we have tried to showcase her different moods,” she said.
The stage was designed like a garden with artificial flowers adorning its borders.
The youthful and colourful bridal collection had a good mix of full length gowns, pre-draped sarees, cut-out dresses, lehenga gowns, saree gowns, full length Indian dresses, mermaid dresses and bridal lehengas.
The show opened with a peach wedding gown, enhanced by floral motifs and was followed by gown and lehengas in different hues of peach, gold, silver and pink.
Some of the outfits, which stood out in the collection, like a golden lehenga-choli marked with sequins in peach. The sheer dupatta was also in the peach shade, which also found itself on the borders of the lehenga.