Actress Alia Bhatt, who has turned fashion designer with her latest fall winter collection, says she would like to style her contemporary Parineeti Chopra once.
Parineeti Chopra and Alia Bhatt. Pics/Santa Banta
The 'Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania' star has tied up with fashion portal Jabong to design the capsule collection.
When asked whom she would like to style, the 21-year-old actress said, "I would like to design for Parineeti Chopra. My fashion line is for every girl. A mid twenty or a mid thirty something can wear my clothes."
Alia says her clothing range is the reflection of her own self.
"The collection is very simple, it's very me. I wanted to be involved in this so we sat and discussed a lot. It's a fall winter collection. So there are lot of sweat shirts. It is very personal and special for me. I want everybody to enjoy this. A lot of importance has been given to animal prints as I love animals," she said.
The actress credits celebrity designer Manish Malhotra behind her fashion line inspiration. "I have worked with Manish Malhotra in my first film. He is a very enthusiastic person and he changes his style with time. He is always excited to do new things," she said.
The daughter of Mahesh Bhatt says that she does not dare to style her director father as he is comfortable in his routine clothes.
"He is very comfortable with his black and blue denims and his chappals. No one can give him shoes. Recently on his birthday I gave him a pair of designer happals and he asked me how much it cost? And wherever he goes he will say this is a designer chappal and my daughter has given me," she said.