Bollywood actress Athiya Shetty, who walked the digital ramp on the digital model of the Lakme Fashion Week, says stay audiences give “sense of confidence” to the one on the runway which was missing on this new format.
“The entire process was very different from the usual hustle and bustle and the energy of the audience and so many people backstage feeling off that vibe. This was much more composed and calm. I did miss the experience and the audience feeding off energy and the vibe. I feel the audience gives you a sense of confidence. And also you feed off the energy when they are cheering. So, it was very different but I wouldn’t say that this was a bad experience. Everybody has to be careful and cautious and we have to adjust and adapt to the new way of working,” says Athiya whereas commenting on her expertise of being the half of a digital vogue week.
She featured in a vogue movie streamed on Day 5 of the bi-annual vogue occasion.
She says she loves that nobody must be pressured to look in a sure manner or be very right in the way in which you look for the reason that work-from-home has begun. Sharing how her work-from-home wardrobe appears to be like like, she says she likes to be in snug clothes and with none make-up.
“I work-from-home wardrobe is pajamas at the bottom because on a zoom call you can’t really see what your entire outfit looks like. So it’s usually like sweatpants or something very comfortable at the bottom and a cute top or something usually cotton and easy and breezy. I love the fact that now you don’t have to be forced to look in a certain way or be very correct in the way you look. You can be yourself and have fun with that.”
The “Motichoor Chaknachoor” actress reveals she made not used make-up for the reason that lockdown occurred. “I have used make-up after seven-eight months. Today is the first time after the since the lockdown I’m actually doing a proper hair and makeup. It feels very refreshing and different. At home it was just like sunblock, lip balm and maybe cheek tint.”
In the video, Athiya was seen in a multi-colour skirt with summary print and sequins work and pockets, teamed with matching full-sleeved V neck shirt. Disha’s assortment was made with a long-term imaginative and prescient of zero waste by introducing a variety of event put on embroidered utilizing sock bands that get left behind within the sock manufacturing course of. Aari approach has been used to tie the sock waste collectively in every motif.