“Throughout time, entertainment has played a vital role in uplift-ing the mundane day to day life. Amongst various forms of en-tertainment, motion pictures and the ideology behind each and every one of them has never failed to intrigue people. Through the process of ongoing research I came across a type of charac-ter that fascinated me beyond anything I had ever come across; the Femme Fatale“says Swati Mehrotra” “The Femme Fatale are the kind of dames who can wear floor length gowns and look completely naked. The kind with hair piled up on their head like compliant serpents, or falling down in smooth lustrous waves. Dames with hard faces and mocking smiles with eyes that size you up and find you wanting (James Like, The Bleat 2003)." The Femme Fatale is sexy and she knows it. Made famous in film during the period of Film Noir and hard-boiled detective stories, she is known to be a master of manipulation and sensuality, which is how she confus-es and then exploits the men around her. Unlike the sweet dam-sel in distress the femme fatale comes at the male protagonist with everything she’s got and manages to wrap him around her finger with a simple bat of the eyelashes. The collection has a lot of black, black being an obvious representation of evil. Majorly the colors are taken from femme fatale. Emerald green, ma-roon, black, white, chunks of gold and silver all over the collec-tion can be seen. The concentration is on high heels for wom-en’s footwear. The whole collection is divided into 5 stages. Each stage showcases different sets of female narrating the sto-ry of “plight of women” and gradually moving to solution. This collection is urging and pleading society to “Unite rather than Fight”!