WOAH! Sunny Leone to walk at New York Fashion Week !
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Sunny will be opening the show on September 8, and she took to Twitter on Sunday to share her excitement about it.
Sunny Leone will be walking for designer Archana Kochhar at the upcoming New York Fashion Week
The "Jackpot" actress posted: "So excited! A dream come true...I'm walking New York Fashion Week SS17 for Archana Kochhar Opening Show on the Sep 8 2016."
— Sunny Leone (@SunnyLeone) September 4, 2016
Kochhar will be showcasing her collection 'A Tale of Two Travels', a mélange of her travels to the Taj Mahal and the village of Banjara tribals, at the FTL New York Fashion Week SS17. She is also supporting the initiative 'Bring Beauty Back' at the fashion week, where acid attack survivor Reshma Banoo Qureshi will walk the ramp for her.
Work in progress. 5 days to go for #NewYorkFashionWeek ! #Archanakochhar #nyfw #ftlmoda #fashionshow #fashionweek pic.twitter.com/8idlzJhvJx
— Archana Kochhar (@Archana_Kochhar) September 3, 2016
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The "Mastizaade" star added: "Woohoo! Dreams really do come true! Thank you Archana Kochhar."
The fashion week will go on till September 15.
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