ICW 2022: Malaika Arora was a sight in sheer gown with thigh-high slit

After the head-turning showcases of Varun Bahl, Anju Modi, and Tarun Tahiliani, it’s time for designer duo Rohit Gandhi+Rahul Khanna (RGRK) to take the stage at FDCI India Couture Week to present their latest collection. And what a brilliant night!

On the fifth day of the fashion extravaganza, the designers showcased their latest collection of evening wear – ‘Fibonacci’ which, according to a press note, is “created for an evening of global Indian dancing to music and waltzing across the historic ballrooms of Vienna. Each other.”

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The event was elevated when Malaika Arora turned RGRK’s showstopper, and strutted down the ramp looking ultra-glamorous in an embellished sheer gown that featured a plunging neckline, thigh-high slit and a short train.

Needless to say, the fashionista owned the ramp in gorgeous creations that were styled with statement neckpieces, stilettos and wet hair looks.

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But, there was more in store for the audience as the designers also championed body positivity through their shows and witnessed Sakshi Sindwani walking for them, looking gorgeous in an all black embellished dress.

Sakshi Sindwani walks the ramp for Rohit Gandhi + Rahul Khanna. (Rohit Gandhi Rahul Khanna/Instagram)

Taking to Instagram, the body-positive influencer expressed her delight at walking the ramp and wrote, “A first-time inclusive model walked India Couture Week last night. We legitimately made history together and I am so grateful to have lived that moment!

She took her fans backstage and shared a video which she captioned: “Everyone has great energy backstage and everyone is having the best time. I can’t believe I get to share this space with such talented people. I’m excited!”

Designers Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna, and models Malaika Arora and Sakshi Sindwani pose together at the show. (Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna/Instagram)

Earlier, in an interaction with indianexpress.com, the designers shared the inspiration behind their collection. “It’s an architectural term. Our work is similar to architecture in that it requires geometric precision. Inspired by architecture, all our embroideries and patterns come together as we try to infuse contemporaneity into the Indian silhouette,” says Rahul Khanna.

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