Versatile PV Sindhu: After Becoming World Champion, turns showstopper for Shriya Bhupal

Straight from her notable triumph at the BWF World Championships in Switzerland last Sunday, star shuttler P.V. Sindhu on Friday walked the ramp for Shriya Bhupal's solo show.


Turning work of art for the fashioner whom she has known from her youth, Sindhu launched Bhupal's most recent time/winter accumulation named 'Sanctuary', wearing a fuschia pink, off shoulder blouse, trailing skirt of a similar shading with floral motifs, the star shuttler looked beautiful.

Launched under the mark Shriya Som, the line-up is the fashioner's creative mind of shrouded heaven - lavish with verdant surfaces and romantic florals.


Bhupal stated: "This is my absolute first solo in the place where I grew up Hyderabad. Sindhu and I have known each other since childhood. She consented to walk for my show and I am most thankful to her. She's done this on the back of her colossal success at the World Championships and I can't think of a greater good example and progressively more inspirational woman to work together with for my first solo show."


'Sanctuary' involves a variety of pieces appropriate for marriage couture, event, and happy wear. There are prepared-to-wear pieces that component surface weavings and dimensional embellishments, in layers of pastel tones and sharp, strong contrasts.

Dark and light, delicate and clear, layered and creased, 'Sanctuary' investigates the possibility of duality. The gathering ran from the palette of hues running from pastels to gritty shades like merlot, fuchsia, midnight blues, and black.


Shriya Som has likewise presented a new marriage couture line this season which is a flexible combination of conventional and contemporary styles.


by Lokendra Sharma | Sat, Aug 31 - 02:22 PM

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