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Richa Chaddha, who walked the ramp for 'NEXA Lifestyle' on the final day of the Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2017, feels it was really empowering.
The 'Fukrey' star told ANI, "It was really empowering for me because Rohit Kamra is a men's wear designer and he chose me to be a show stopper, so it's a really empowering statement to make this kind of endrogenous which I really enjoy."
Kamra, who does royalty, believes that Richa was apt for his collection as she really looks like a princess.
"The kind of outfit she is wearing, breeches and a half-jacket. This is something that a princess would wear, when going for hunting.
Look at Richa's face and her vintage hair-style, she really looks like a princess, that is the key," Kamra told ANI.
The designer conceptualized the 'yin and yang,' creating a fusion of black and white with his signature silhouettes.
When asked about what makes her feel better - films or ramp, she said, "Both are really different. I love acting, I am not a model but there is different feeling when you walk the ramp."
'NEXA Lifestyle,' on the final day of the Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2017, turned into an event that celebrated the presence of a cluster of stars- from Richa Chadda to Sangram Singh.
The NEXA show, themed on monochrome featured DhruvVaish, Kommal & Ratul Sood, Nought One by Abhishek, Pawan Sachdeva, Rohit Kamra and Sahil Aneja, who showcased their collections at the event held in the national capital on March 18.
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