Reebok's initiative that was introduced in 2016 featuring Kangana Ranaut, 'Girls
Don't Fight' campaign, puts the ordinary Indian woman at it's core and shows how fitness helps tackle the varied challenges imposed on them. Reebok aims to break the most perpetuated stereotype faced by every woman and tell the world that girls, in fact, can and do fight. Each year they hold an award ceremony honouring women who have stood up for themselves. This year, they had the entire shenanigans of the red carpet too. From Kangana Ranaut to Malaika Arora, it was one sizzling red carpet.
1. Kangana Ranaut
The face of the Reebok #FitToFight campaign looked absolutely stunning in a maroon gown with a ruffled cape by Tony Ward. With matching lips and hair tied back into a bun, she looks like a 50's diva. We're officially in love.
2. Malaika Arora
Malaika never fails to stun us. With the exaggerated side train of her Monisha Jaising gown, she looks absolutely gorgeous. Paired with a sleek pony, nude lips, a pair of spiked Louboutins and a Farah Khan bracelet, it can't get better.
3. Esha Gupta
Esha's always going to be our favourite #womancrushwednesday. Looking pretty in pink, she wore a Sachin & Babi gown, with Louboutin heels and a pair of teardrop H Ajoomal earrings. Those bangs are totally inspiring us to get some done ourselves.
4. Richa Chadha
Richa Chadha wore an all white Gaurav Gupta outfit and girls, she did so glamorous with that side swept front hair. Super cool.
5. Vaani Kapoor
Vaani Kapoor wore a black ruffled gown. She failed to impress us too much with the look, we feel she could have done so much better. We've seen Alia wearing a similar dress just recently, haven't we?
6. Bhumi Pednekar
Bhumi got dressed up in a Paule Ka floral dress for the event and we actually really love it. It's simple and so chic.
7. Adah Sharma
Adah shows us how we can easily carry off sneakers with a sequinned dress (from Dorothy Perkins) at a party. Because, why not? Take cue, girls. No more sore feet.
8. Mandira Bedi
We love you Mandira, but those sneakers are just not sitting right with the red dress. Love the red dress too, though.
Girl bosses all the way. More power to all of us women, we deserve it.