The launch of NMACC in Mumbai was a two-day star-studded event which saw some stellar red-carpet moments. The fashion police must have definitely enjoyed the fashion treat. As we did too. Bollywood, Hollywood and other celebrities in general made fashionable entries at the launch and grabbed our eyeballs for sure. But we would like to point out a few sustainable outfits which our favourite stars wore for the night and looked absolutely phenomenal.
Priyanka Chopra opted for a custom-made outfit from Amit Aggarwal's designer label. The ensemble was crafted from a six decades-old, vintage Banarasi brocade saree using silver threadwork and gold electroplating on khadi silk. It was draped over and structured with a jewel-toned moulded body and teamed with a holographic bustier. A choker necklace, a pair of strappy peep toes and studded earrings were the only accessories that the actress opted for.
Sonam Kapoor was an epitome of grace and elegance as she picked a gorgeous lehenga from Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla's label. The ensemble was made with 20 unique individual panels from decades of the designer's work in different colours across their 35-year career. This gajji silk lehenga was hand embroidered in zardozi, resham, vasli, marodi and tikki in a multitude of floral and Mughal motifs. She teamed it with a vasli and Swarovski corset in glittery gold and finished it with silk tissue embroidery. A pair of statement earrings and metallic makeup with kohl-rimmed eyes, complemented Sonam's look.
Gigi Hadid was one of the many stars from Hollywood who attended the event. She opted for an ivory and gold chikankari sari made in Lucknow by the women artisans who specialised in different stitches. Her embellished golden blouse with structured panels and tassels looked breathtaking with her drape.
Kriti Sanon opted for an ethnic gown from designer label Monisha Jaising. The spectacular outfit was made from a banarasi saree in black and gold. It featured one-shouldered detailing, with a dramatic cutout at the neckline and a bold thigh-high side slit. Kriti carried a cape with the gown which was made from the same Benarasi silk. Traditional statement earrings, smokey eyes, well-contoured cheeks, nude lip colour, and a sleek braided hair, were the perfect additions to the grand outfit.
Isha Ambani's ravishing red gown was magnificent in every way. She wore a Valentino red gown and carried an Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla cape. The red tulle was magnificently hand embroidered in zardozi, and resham with embellishments in shades of red and looked exceptional with the floor-sweeping gown.
Tamannaah Bhatia looked like a piece of art as she draped a specially curated textured woven gold gown featuring a delicate lace bodysuit with floral hand embroidery with a full-sleeved lace sheer blouse with gloves. Tying her tresses in a sleek bun, Tamannaah's makeup included bold red lips, ample mascara and blush pink eyeshadow. Traditional layered necklaces, bracelet and black pointed heels were the only accessories she opted for.
Shraddha Kapoor's black and red Paithani gown with hand embroidery and golden thread work was the perfect blend of traditional and modern. The gorgeous trail with golden motifs and intricate threadwork added an ethnic edge to her outfit. Shraddha opted for neatly braided hair and minimal glam makeup.
Gigi Hadid also wore a stunning Rahul Mishra ensemble which included a hand embroidered trench paired with coordinating trousers and a bralette. She completed the look with a layered necklace and dangling earrings.
It was indeed the most star-studded two days with gorgeousness treating our eyes.Comments