Doing films less scary: Tara Sharma
Tara ended the show in a gold metallic sheath for designer Pia Pauro on the second day of LFW. "This is a debut for me in a way as I have never been a show stopper. This is for the first time I am walking the ramp I have never really been a ramp model at all so I was a bit nervous. I find doing films a less scary…when you have to walk quietly its quite scary," she told reporters here.
"For me, Pia is a friend and the other connection is that we both are mothers and have two kids each. I feel women can multi-task. So you can be a mother..and be working, can be doing a show, walking the ramp," she felt.
The designer line was called `Shamal`, a north-westerly wind blowing over the Middle East deserts. Divided into four parts, Pia stayed firm on the tribal concept, but separated the sections into bling, rocks, de Luxe and tunics.
The garments were in vibrant hues of indigo, orange, naturals, pink and electric blue. The fabrics matched the youthful tones as jerseys, chiffons, georgettes, cottons and silks were beautifully created into cool sundresses, comfy tunics, flowing kaftans, elegant saris and slinky evening wear.