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Mumbai, March 15 (IANS) Actress Dia Mirza, who walked the ramp for designer Anita Dongre at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) summer-resort 2014, says it was fun walking in clothes that were easy and light to wear.
Dia wore a light golden coloured choli and a lehenga with very subtle detailing for the Dongre show Friday night.
She said that the garment was so light and breezy that it made her automatically tap her feet.
“I was having fun. The garment is breathing, it’s eco-friendly, it’s cotton, soft and comfortable. I was feeling like I could float in it,” said the 32-year-old.
“I think whatever a garment makes you feel is how you express yourself on the ramp and luckily I had no rules laid down, like don’t smile and walk straight,” she added.
Whites and light blue colours dominated Dongre’s collection that celebrates the rich Indian textiles of Varanasi. The designs were meant for both men and women.