Hollywood supermodel Gigi Hadid was recently in India for the inauguration ceremony of the Mita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre. The model has taken to her social media and shared unseen pictures from the event along with a caption hailing the craftsmanship done on the saree she had donned.
In the pictures shared by her, she was also seen posing with Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan which caused a stir on the internet. She was also seen posing alongside Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan. Gigi also shared a monochrome picture featuring other invitees from the west, like Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Penelope Cruize.
Gigi's post also featured pictures of the outfits which were a part of the NMACC's museum.
Sharing this, she wrote, "The @nmacc.india Gala was a celebration of Indian craftsmanship, and its inspiration on fashion internationally, with the opening of the exhibit "India in Fashion: The Impact of Indian Dress and Textiles on the Fashionable Imagination," curated by the iconic @hamishbowles! It was my honor and joy to showcase this masterpiece designed by @abujanisandeepkhosla 🙏 this Chikankari sari was made in the Lucknow region of India, and took a year to make; each woman who crafted it specializes in a differently stitch 🤩 truly remarkable workmanship .. I'll never forget it 💫."
Her previous post featured pictures of places she visited in Mumbai. Along with the pictures she wrote, "Warmest Thanks to the Ambani family for hosting me in Mumbai for the Opening Weekend of @nmacc.india!
It was an honor to be there to witness your family's vision come to life, in a beautiful world-class Cultural Center to celebrate and cultivate the creatives and heritage of India. After seeing the opening nights of "The Great Indian Musical" and "India in Fashion" exhibit, I learned so much & know this venue will nurture future generations to explore their passions— from dance to design, from music to art. If you have the chance to visit & see these productions — I HIGHLY recommend!!!! ❤️🇮🇳🙏 Unforgettable first trip to India. Much love."
The NMACC launch was a starry affair, and the event's pictures and videos continue to dominate our social media feeds.