At the GQ Men of the Year Awards, Bollywood celebrities delivered what was expected from them — putting forward their A-game in the fashion department. From Alia Bhatt to Ali Fazal, the star-studded ceremony witnessed the arrival of some prominent names from tinsel town. While many of them have already left a mark on the audience with their remarkable achievements in Bollywood, the gala ceremony paved the way for them to showcase their sartorial sensibilities in ultimate grandeur. They offer all the style inspiration we need for the many parties and formal occasions that are just around the corner. On that note, let's take a look at some of the best-dressed B-town actors and divas at the GQ event.
Ali Bhatt has turned into a fashion trailblazer in Bollywood and how. For her latest OOTD, she picked out a maroon red Gucci mini jumpsuit, featuring a deep plunging V-neckline and fitted bodice. The bold-chic outfit came with zipped pockets — a remarkable twist.
The filmmaker never disappoints with his fashion prowess. At the GQ event, KJo chose to give his casual attire a quirky spin by layering his sheer white shirt and flared black trousers with a chunky green jacket, featuring dramatic collars. The yellow bird-emblazoned black tie and sunglasses elevated his uber-cool avatar.
Shahid Kapoor weaved his brooding personality with regal charm in an ivory suit. And we could not take our eyes off the handsome hunk. The buzz haircut was simply spot-on with his power dressing.
Aditya Roy Kapur
While Aditya Roy Kapur's quiet demeanour and effortless charm captivate us, we are left swooning when he wears ethnic. We surely need tips from him to look this good in a crisp black suit and wet-hair look.
Decked up in a gold-printed white shirt coupled with an embroidered white jacket and black pants, Ayushmann Khurrana's ever-so-stylish avatar has all our hearts. His boho-ethnic look is simply noteworthy.
Channelling his inner Persian prince, Ali Fazal embodied a ruler (of fashion and our hearts) in a black poncho-kurta fusion by fashion designer Heena Kochhar. The beige zari work along the collars and lower V-cut hemline below enhanced the regal charm further.
Mouni Roy glimmered and shined in a metallic outfit, adorned with steely motifs, patterns, silvers, and lots and lots of sparkle. Her warrior-like ensemble featured a round high-neck and thigh-high slit. A bold makeup choice served to be the game changer for her eccentric attire.
With this stellar line-up to pick from, there's enough choice for end-of-the-year parties coming up next month. Which is your favourite?Comments