Kriti Sanon with HELLO! playing the modish muse to Anita Dongre

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For its October issue, Hello! India roped in gorgeous Kriti Sanon as the cover girl. The svelte model delivered a glorious spread, shot in Oman, in select (we bet, the best) couture numbers by Anita Dongre. These heavily embellished and effortlessly luxurious ensembles are picked from the master couturier’s Winter ’17 collection Tree of Love.

Kriti embodies the Indian aesthetic yet contemporary bride.

With the 27-year-old model-turned-actor luring everyone in her bronzed princess avatar, the magazine definitely promises one exotic getaway to Oman with Kriti Sanon. Let us take you through this glimpse of spectacular fashion pilgrimage. Hop on!

Celebrating Nature

Kriti Sanon with HELLO! playing the modish muse to Anita Dongre

All the way up mountain peaks of Oman, Kriti flaunts her slender physique in this royal lehenga choli paired with large juhmkaa earrings. At the recently concluded Indian Couture Week 2017, Dongre told News18, "Tree of Love is inspired by my love for trees and the Bishnoi tribe who are known for their love for nature, trees and animals alike.”

Thoroughly Modern

Kriti Sanon with HELLO! playing the modish muse to Anita Dongre

Kriti embodies the Indian aesthetic yet contemporary bride in this red velvet suit that sees combined traditional weaves and rich embroidery. The majestic lehenga is certainly one way to look forward to a statuesque traditional wedding ceremony.

Oman With Sanon

Kriti Sanon with HELLO! playing the modish muse to Anita Dongre

The Gulf is known for its delicate beauty which the Heropanti star manifests in this elegant tulle skirt and floral motif cape suit. Dongre’s inspiration for Tree of Love is known to have sprung from the Bishnoi community’s reverence for nature. Hairstylist Aasif Ahmed gives Kriti’s hair the rich girl waves, without which the entire setting would be a manqué.

Magic in Memories

Kriti Sanon with HELLO! playing the modish muse to Anita Dongre

The cuff bracelets, amongst other jewellery pieces, from Amrapali Jewels are a fine reminder of Indian craftsmanship and the noble lifestyle of our ancestors. The embroidery consists largely of animal and flower motifs, and others taken from nature.

Pictures: Hello!

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