Tag: Sanjeeda Sheikh

In Azuli

Wearing an off-shoulder oxblood gown by Azuli, Saneejda attended the ITA Awards on Sunday evening. I think we can all agree that the hairdo single-handedly made this look WTHeyyy worthy! Yes? No?

Sanjeeda Sheikh at ITA (Indian Television Academy) Awards 2017

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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If you still have your eyesight intact (that is if you weren’t blinded by this gown), can we draw your attention to the footwear! You could stab someone with those pointed shoes!


Sanjeeda Sheikh at New Talent Awards

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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Vogue India August: Decoded

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Gautami in modified Dolce & Gabbana Pre-Fall 2008

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Resshmi in Hermes Spring 2008

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Gauri in Burberry Spring 2008

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Shveta Salve In Drashta Fall 2008

As for the others:
Sanjeeda – Gauri and Nainika
Shilpa -Suneet Verma
Tina – Ranna Gill

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L To R: Shveta Salve, Shilpa Agnihotri, Sanjeeda Sheikh

Major debate had ensued over the Vogue India August cover (if the cover was vogue-worthy or not)… On special request, here is the inside flap of the cover… so tell us now, is the cover after all ‘vogue-worthy’ or, not?

L To R: Gauri Pradhan, Tina Parakh, Resshmi Ghosh, Gautami Kapoor

Since you all asked, here’s what we think:

Priyanka Says:
For me, the cover just doesn’t work. I do appreciate using these ladies on the cover but if the context was portraying them as the ‘influencers’ of style then they should have been portrayed in beautiful Indian clothes. Lets assume that maybe they thought by doing so, they’d be taking the stereotyped ‘tv-bahu’ image too far then they should have gone way over the top with ethnic clothes and done a kitschy-witty play on them with a larger than life set. Assuming, even that got shot down in one of those meetings, it is still beyond me why they’d use television sets as props. Thats just taking a short-cut and being unimaginative. The choice of clothes, accessories and styling of hair is amateur at its best.

Over using these soap actresses, I say why not? Bollywood actresses have long graced fashion mag covers and considering these soaps reach just as many people and almost every day make their presence felt, using them on the cover was a novel idea. If only it was done better.

Anyway, am tired of seeing actresses (of all mediums) on these covers, bring back the models already!

Payal Says:
Well, if Vogue considers them as influencers of style, they should picture them in “character” and not in Dolce/Hermes and Gauri & Nainika which most of them rarely wear anyways and rather use a mix of the other Indian-wear designers…



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