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In Rimple And Harpreet Narula

For her appearance at the Ambani-Piramal wedding in Mumbai, Lara picked a lehenga by Rimple and Harpreet Narula to wear. With flowers in her hair, she rounded out the look with jewelry from Gehna.

If it’s not the clothes, it’s the styling that seems to let Lara down lately, the latter being the case with this appearance. I don’t understand the choice of flowers (baby’s breath? Why?)! A wispy low-knot or even wearing her hair down in soft waves, with not a flower in sight would’ve worked so much better!

Lara Dutta At Ambani-Piramal Wedding

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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In Rimple and Harpreet Narula

Huma attended the Indian Derby on Sunday afternoon wearing a beige Rimple and Harpreet Narula anarkali. Besides the fact that the outfit seemed a bit out of place for the event in questions, it also didn’t do much for her. Not with the dupatta worn that way.

Huma Qureshi at Indian Derby 2018

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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In Rimple & Harpreet Narula

On opening night, Kalki was photographed wearing Rimple and Harpreet Narula on the red carpet. Braided updo in place, she rounded out her look with discreet jewelry, understated make-up and a matching clutch.

This sighting was bit of a miss; Ms. Koechlin just seemed overwhelmed in that dress(?). Kalki’s done better in the past!

Kalki Koechlin At MAMI 2017 Opening Night Event

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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Star Speak, By Rimple And Harpreet Narula: Working On ‘Padmavati’, A Peek In To Our Experience

Star Speak is an ongoing series of columns, penned by celebrities/designers we are used to seeing on these pages. This is their space to write about their take on fashion, the fraternity and whatever else catches their fancy.

This week’s column comes from designer duo Rimple & Harpreet Narula, costume designers of an upcoming film, ‘Padmavati’. You have seen their designs on many A-list celebrities on these pages and now, read about them working with an A-list director.

P.S: Follow Rimple & Harpreet Narula on Instagram here and look them up here.

P.P.S. Post was updated to show images of Padmavati’s first look pictures.

Our foray into the Bollywood realm is nothing short of a dream… Working on a Sanjay Leela Bhansali movie, designing the costumes for the period-drama and dressing the most gorgeous lot – Deepika, Shahid and Ranveer.

Designing, for us, is incarnated from our travelogues, from rare experiences evoking new emotions, from narratives of vintage textiles and from reminisces held by flea market souvenirs. Every province and every period has unique mixes that inspire us. Padmavati is one such project which offered a stunning mix of contrasting cultures layered with the intense characters portrayed by the lead cast.

Padmavati allowed us to embark on a new aesthetic journey and explore the world of period costume from a different tangent. Our ideas amalgamated with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s vision shaped the very essence of the characters’ costumes.

Mr Bhansali’s cinema is much understated and yet visually larger than life. He captures the nuances of the characters through different mediums, costumes being one of them. While maintaining the authenticity of the period we had to ensure that we functioned on the same wavelength.

The costumes resonate with the personalities of each character; Padmavati’s timeless beauty and valor, Khilji’s passion and Ratan Sen’s warrior spirit. The most intriguing bit was the mystique around Padmavati’s legendary beauty which we tried to amplify through the elaborate costumes. A great deal of attention was paid to miniscule details in terms of colors, textures and silhouettes, to ensure an impactful visual statement.

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