Vidyut Jammwal grooves to ‘Uptown Funk’ on AIFW runway

Vidyut Jammwal grooves to ‘Uptown Funk’ on AIFW runway

New Delhi, Oct 17 (IANS) Actor Vidyut Jammwal walked the ramp for designer Pawan Sachdeva, who showcased his menswear collection on the ramp for the first time at Amazon India Fahion Week (AIFW) Spring-Summer 2017, here on Sunday.

The collection, had the dapper looking models clad in “easy, sporty, comfortable yet different” designs in the form of statement bombers, light summer jackets and biker jackets.

The models took the the ramp with singer Bruno Mars’s hit songs like ‘Uptown funk’, in attires which ranged from slate and azure shades to hues of black.

When Vidyut stepped on the ramp, the actor, who is known for his work in southern cinema, could be seen grooving to the music, thoroughly enjoying himself. He was welcomed with great cheer by the audience.

Talking about his ramp walk, the actor said: “What was going on in my mind during the ramp was that I need to be comfortable and the moment music played, I just went with the flow.”

“This is Pawan’s first show and I thought it was phenomenal. We were talking about how the collection caters to dressing for a normal or a high-end restaurant,” he added.

The footwear consisted of comfortable chappals or casual black shoes. One of the models even carried a black tassled backpack.

The collection had a lot of layering with embossing, cut work, colour blocking etc.

Talking about his own personal style Vidyut shared that it keeps changing.

“My personal style keeps changing and I think everybody’s personal style keeps changing because we are constantly evolving. I will be promoting movies now and I like the clothes I am wearing,” he said.

The last day of the five-day fashion extravaganza saw designers like Samant Chauhan, Krishna Mehta, Gaurav Jai Gupta, Abraham and Thakur, Rajesh Pratap Singh, Ashima Leena, Masaba Gupta, Felix Bandish and JJ Valaya showcasing their work.

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