The over century-old Mughalsarai railway station may now be known as Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Junction, but fashion label Jajaabor on Saturday took the audience back to the Uttar Pradesh town before it was renamed on the state government”s proposal last year.
The show began with the sounds of steam engines with the station”s original name on the screen as it used to appear on the railway station board, dramatically dissolving in the billowing smoke on the ramp.
Printed shoes and colours ranging from cream, bright yellow, orange, red to floral prints dominated the collection, titled ”Chai at Mughalsarai Jn”.
The models oozed a playful vibe, even low fiving each other as they strutted on the runway on evergreen songs such as “Jhumroo”, “Eena Meena Deeka” and “Jaane Kahan Mera Jigar Gaya Jee”. Read More
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