The five-day fashion event held on August 8 – 12, 2012 at the The Taj Palace, showcased Manish Malhotra’s collection as the closing event of day 4.
The stage opened to a setresembling the old-world charm of the 50s followed by a short video that established a romantic mood for the drama about to unfold. The show kicked off with VidyutJamwalin a front open full embroidered sherwani paired with gold loose-fit bottoms.The models that followed presented Kashmiri work, zari and tilareplete amongst the varying lengths and stylings of the achkans, shararas, anarkalis, gararas and embellished jackets with dangling tassels,short tunics worn over ruffled and multi-layered ghagras and lehengas, some of which were adorned with gorgeous Pashmina stoles that added volume to the bridal outfits.The collection blended cleverly the ethnicity of the crafts with the modern glamor Manish Malhotra is so well known for. The shades of pink, orange and coral balanced out with the undertones of white, champagne along with steel grey maintained the feel of the 50s and 60s. The plunging necklines of the blouses, backless cholis and short jackets infused refined sensuality to the look of the collection. The showstopper of the evening, Katrina Kaif, ended the evening with a bang in a heavy gold-silver lehenga4th April 2015, Mumbai: An association that is very dear to Manish Malhotra completed its 4 year journey as he presented ‘Mijwan- The Legacy, a fashion show in support of the Mijwan Welfare Society. Some of the biggest stars will take to the ramp on Saturday, April 4that the Grand Hyatt, Mumbai, forthe NGO founded by Late KaifiAzmi and headed by ShabanaAzmi and Namrata Goyal. Influencers from the movieindustry, who have left a lasting imprint with their work in the past, walked the ramp with their sons and daughters who are carrying forward their legacy with much style and aplomb–Jaya Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha and Sonakshi Sinha, Anil Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor, Javed Akhtar and Farhan Akhtar came together to support this great cause.