Surily has styled Priety for her films like 'Salaam Namaste', 'Jaan-E-Mann', 'The Last Lear' and TV shows 'Guinness World Records - Ab India Todega' and 'Up Close & Personal with PZ'.
"Preity is like an institution. Her knowledge for fashion and her eye to mix couture with street sets her apart... It's always fun to work with her. She is willing to try different things," said Surily.
Preity, who was last seen in 2008 film 'Heroes', is currently busy giving final touches to her much-hyped project, which is her debut production as well.
"'Ishkq in Paris' is very important to both of us as its her comeback film and I am styling a film after a while too. So we both have worked very hard," Surily said.
Describing Preity's look in the film, the designer said, "Preity's look in the film is of a young trendy girl who lives in Paris. Now Paris being the fashion capital we have tried to keep it realistic... Since its shot in winter, so there are lots of layering, jackets, overcoats, scarves and others things." Meanwhile, Surily, who took a break for two years, is back with her latest collection titled 'Revival', which she will be unveiling at a restaurant in Worli on August 22.
At the event models will be walking the ramp showcasing Surily's collection. Also a host of celebrities like Priety Zinta, Gauri Khan, Suzanne Roshan, Sameera Reddy, Meher Rampal, Amritra Arora and others are expected to grace the occasion.
"'Revival' is very close to me as I have fallen in love with fashion again. I am going back to my roots and concentrating on my floral coin bead work which I started with but in a different way," Surily said. "I have travelled to Miami and Bali and it has definitely inspired me for this collection. Hence the colors and resort feel to my collection. I have used a lot of aquas, mint greens corals and yellow, neons and floral accessories to give it a fun vibe," she said.