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Katrina Kaif turns up in bridal avatar for Manish Malhotra

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

"I love wearing Indian clothes. But for my wedding I would choose something light, the one that I am wearing right now is very heavy at the bottom. Probably, when I get married, I will ask Manish to improvise a little. I would definitely want him to design my bridal trousseau but then it all depends where he will be at that time," Katrina said.

Manish, on his part, said, "Katrina is beautiful and she looks gorgeous in Indian clothes.

So when I thought of this collection, I had just her in mind as a showstopper."

The designs comprised of flowy bridal outfits in very 60s pinks and oranges and Manish's favourite - ivory. The styles and silhouettes were inspired from the 50s and 60s scenario in India and Pakistan.

"This was the preview of my autumn winter 2012 collection. I have drawn inspiration from the classic styles of 50's and 60's of India. The collection is soft elegant and vintage which makes us reminiscent of the timeless beauties of the era," Manish said.

A short two and a half minute film directed by the designer himself was shown at the beginning of the show. Actor Vidyut Jamwal of "Force" fame kick-started the show, as he walked down the ramp in an unbuttoned ivory sherwani, alongwith model Anjali Lavania. (MORE)

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First Published: Sun, August 12 2012. 13:05 IST