Tag: iffla 2016

In Rimple and Harpreet Narula

Kalki attended the screening of her film Waiting at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles wearing a Rimple and Harpreet Narula. Wearing the white and gold suit with a gold collar necklace and a halo-style braid, she finished out her look with cream platform shoes.

Like her red carpet outing?


Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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In Samant Chauhan

Angry Indian Goddesses was the feature movie on opening night of the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles and supporting it were all the leading ladies.

Pavleen attended the screening wearing Samant Chauhan, a designer we don’t see enough on this pages and we should. The long kurta featuring gold embroidering and a red contrast lining was finished out a red lip and red pumps.

I liked the simplicity of this look. She looked nice.

Catch the other ladies below this post.


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In Hemant and Nandita

Anushka went the playful print route at IFFLA wearing a Hemant and Nandita dress and matching long vest. While the separates were super cute and she wore them well, I did think there were one too many orange elements here. She should’ve worn either the clutch or the shoes. All of them together made the look feel a bit too match-ey.


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In Péro

Rajshri attended the opening night of IFFLA wearing a printed dress and jacket, both Péro. Not one to do, she wore the separates with a Péro head scarf and knee high boots. The boots made the look feel a bit stuffy but there was something really likeable about the look. Maybe the fact that she seemed to have fun with it.

P.S. Catch me in the top version of her dress here.


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In Amit Aggarwal

Given that she was at LFW almost all days, am not surprised Ms. Dias managed to snag a fresh off the runway Amit Aggarwal to wear to the opening night of IFFLA (Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles).

Unfortunately this was another dress featuring that shiny hem that again didn’t quite photograph well. While in this case it wasn’t a deal breaker, the makeup felt a wee bit off. The grey eye-shadow felt too matchey and the pink lip didn’t quite have the brightness in them to make it stand down.

What did you think?


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