We've come to know Masaba Gupta as one of Indian fashion's brightest stars who popularized quirky prints and drove them right up the trend meter. The debut of the TV series Masaba Masaba, which is a fictionalised account of her life, has now also turned her into an actress; or as she termed herself in her Instagram bio, a "small-ish actor." The Netflix show gave us a peek of the ups and downs of what her life is, her relationship with mom Neena Gupta, the creative process of being a fashion mogul and of course, her incredible style quotient. From her elegant monochrome looks to signature Masaba prints over capes and dresses, the fashion quotient is sky high on the TV show. However, that isn't news to us by any means.
Masaba Gupta may have been a popular fashion designer for a decade but we've known for a long time that she's got her own style chops that set the bar high. The proof? It's all in her photos. Wearing her own signature many faces print, this summer Masaba took in the sunshine wearing a long sleeve collared dress with a cutout waist and tied detail.
She called herself 'new age barbie' right here and we couldn't agree more. Looking like Malibu Barbie fresh out of the box, she sported a pink blazer dress with pink pumps that matched it to the T.
For a day spent whipping up cocktails, she opted for a dark green and red printed dress with a red lip to match.
I have always believed that inspiration can come from anywhere. As a designer, my inspiration comes from experiences that eventually take me on an unconventional journey. Every day is such a different progression, and I love the space I'm in right now. That is why, today, I am taking some time out to enjoy my this moment with a gorgeous Tanqueray & Tonic with some fresh herbs and citrus as I watch the sun play hide-and- seek with the clouds! #spon #GardenInMyGlass #UnmistakablyTanqueray #TanquerayIndia #TanquerayandTonic #drinkresponsibly @socialgoatindia
She sported a piece from the Masaba X Ekaya line when she wore the respendent pink and gold handloom saree with heavy silver jewellery to pair with it.
Celebrating the 6th National Handloom Day wearing one of my favourite handloom pieces. Handloom has been a part of my design journey ever since my first collection back in 2009 & continues to find itself in most of my creations. Thrilled to be celebrating this day with the Ministry of textiles #Vocal4Handmade @smritiiraniofficial @fdciofficial #textileministryofindia #handloom #masabaxekaya
While she's usually seen in brights, the time she sported a black corset blouse with matching eyeliner was just as fabulous as ever.
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