Mumbai: Miss world 2017 Manushi Chhillar arrives at the grand finale of Femina Miss India 2018, in Mumbai on Tuesday, June 19, 2018. (PTI Photo/Mitesh Bhuvad)(PTI6_19_2018_000238B) Image Credit: PTI

Michael Cinco does it again.

The current Miss World Manushi Chhillar hand-picked this UAE-based Filipino desinger’s dove grey creation on one of her most important nights of her life.

On Tuesday night, Chhillar relinquished her Miss India 2017 crown and placed it on this year’s winner. But she was a vision in the strapless glittering gown made from lace.

“The couture dress made of dove grey lace and studded with Swarovski crystals and a voluminous train took me around two weeks to create. Her stylist got in touch with me and the rest is history... I think Manushi is one of the most graceful and beautiful Miss India that I have ever seen, after Aishwarya Rai. She’s so tall and wore my gown beautifully,” said Cinco in an interview with Gulf News tabloid!. The gown, which will set you back at least $30,000 (Dh110,178), is from his Impalpable Dream of Chrysalis Collection.

Cinco, who burst into the Indian entertainment scene by dressing up Rai Bachchan in a blue billowing gown, followed by a body-hugging gown, at the Cannes Film Festival, is now on the speed-dials of Bollywood stars and well-heeled Indians.

“After Aishwarya Rai wore my gowns twice in a row at the Cannes, I have dressed up as many as 15 Indian brides this year ... Recently, I was even asked to lend gowns by stylists of Kareena Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor for the promotion of their film [Veere Di Wedding]. But there was no time... But I would love to dress up as many Indian and Bollywood stars,” Cinco said.