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Models sashayed down the ramp showcasing exquisite : "I chose Rajasthan because I am inspired by the beauty and grandeur of Rajasthan. 'Kamangari' means handcrafted." Why did she choose Divya as the showstopper?"I chose Divya because I think she would be perfect for a girl that redefines the conventional bridal fashion with all that is modern along with an imperial twist," Taandon, who has styled the likes of Bollywood personalities Manoj Bajpayee, Chitrangada Singh and Minissha Lamba, said.Such circumstances may be the difficult and demanding patient, poor ridge anatomy and relationships, a complete denture opposed by natural teeth, or the necessity of optimal denture retention.Denture adhesives are used by few denture wearers for their satisfaction, comfort and retention.Materials and Methods: Four commercially available denture adhesives namely Metrodent powder, Fixon powder, Dentiro powder and Fixon cream were selected. To evaluate the cytotoxicity of denture adhesives, macrophages were isolated from peritoneal cavity of Swiss albino mice and cell integrity/cell viability method was done by using trypan blue dye.Results: Viable cells were counted and subjected to statistical analysis.One of the most important property of any material that is to remain indefinitely in contact with vital tissues is that it must be non irritant.
Outfit by Ridhi Mehra; jewellery by Outhouse The Bestseller While many of the outfits went to create the buzz, the one that garnered the most admiration, according to the founder (who also designed it), was a classic kurta-set with a modern take.
The showcase of Taandon's 'Kamangari' line was held at the Taj Palace Hotel, where Divya sizzled on the catwalk in a small red choli and heavily embroidered lehenga with gota. The stunning colour-combination teamed with gorgeous work and the perfect fit, makes me feel like a bride all over again." She shared a picture of her with Reynu Taandon from the show on her Twitter account.
playing, and the runway decked up with a traditional urli (brass bowl) filled with fragrant mogra, and a recreation of a popular fort from Rajasthan – the show left the audience mesmerised.
Looking very happy with the success of the event that had people queuing up all the way from the poolside gate to the lobby area, Chanana said, 'It's important to provide charitable events with platforms that involve music, art, fashion, and cinema.
As the winter refuses to clear the way for warm summer days, the already pleasant evening seemed to take on a whole new character when Geneva-born theatre artiste Nathalie Mentha arrived on the stage as French singing sensation (and subject of the Oscar-winning film La Vie en Rose), Edith Piaf.