The Best Dressed Celebrities At NMACC Opening
Hollywood and Bollywood stars mixed and mingled at the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) opening ceremony in Mumbai. The centre showcases Indian entertainment and art and aims to boost artists and designers via programs and competitions. NMACC is also a slice of a larger passion that the wife of India’s richest man has to elevate and preserve India on a global scale.
Luminaries of both industries came out in full force and the event was attended by the likes of Zendaya, Gigi Hadid and also Bollywood powerhouses Shah Rukh and Salman Khan. Many attendees also wore extravagant Indian attire that ranged from the glamorous to minimalist to traditional.
But lets take a look at some of the best looks at the pink carpet:
The enduring it-girl wore a custom violet sari by designer Rahul Mishra. The look consisted of a gold bra top with bird motifs and glittering embellishments complete with a train. Reminiscent of actress Deepika Padukone’s character in cult classic film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, it is a perfect representation of what a modern Indian woman might wear.
Next, acctress Alia Bhatt wore a stunning floor length gown by designer Elie Saab. The dress had intricate decorations on the bodice and vertical embellishments on the skirt also with a cape. Bhatt completed the look with a statement choker and equally glimmering earrings.
Next, Sonam Kapoor, style icon and actress, wore a colorful lehenga from the label Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. Kapoor opted for an intricate bodice paired with a gold wrap while the skirt was a tribute to Khosla himself. The skirt panels consisted of 35 different designs, each a representation of Khosla’s 35-year career.
Finally, similar to Kapoor, the eldest of the Hadid clan also chose to wear Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. Gigi Hadid chose to wear a structured golden jeweled top that called back to the extravagant and intricate jewelry preferred by Indian women. Paired with a sari with gold borders and enormous bracelets. The Chikankari sari was also designed by artisans in the Lucknow region of India and took a year to make.
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