Vogue, arguably the most influential fashion publication the world over, entered the promising Indian market a mere 5 years ago. Under the editorship of Priya Tanna it has flourished and celebrated its 5th anniversary on the night of 22nd September at Hotel Trident, Mumbai.
Kajol Vogue 5th Anniversary Bash
The Vogue bash saw an appearance of who’s who of Bollywood industry as well as the social circuit. The red carpet saw a showcase of some of the trendiest ensembles and impeccable styling.
Alia Bhatt, Vogue’s cover girl this month, is expecting the release of Student of the year – her debut movie in a lead role, in October. The starlet was spotted with her director, Karan Johar on the red carpet.
Alia opted to wear a Sequin Dior dress with a mini Lady Dior bag. Even though Dior would target a more mature customer, but this young actor did the look justice and shone the night away. Her side swept curly hairdo complimented the look. The only downer being the black suede pumps. She could have dared to wear a pop color instead
Dia Mirza played it safe in a LBD – a must in any woman’s closet as popularized by Coco Chanel almost a century ago. She chose to wear a delicate Karen Miller lace number with a halter neckline and scalloped hem. Blessed with a million dollar smile, she is one of the few actresses who win over the red carpet only by her charm. She paired the dress with black slingbacks and a Judith Leiber minaudiere
If anyone has aged fashionably in the industry, it has to be Kajol.
Kajol at Vogue 5th Anniversary Bash
She looked absolutely stunning in a pink Ramona Narang gown. The whole look, with her glittering accessories in gold brought out a classy and chic version of Kajol. The almost Victorian style hairdo looked pleasing for her face and makeup.
The otherwise androgynous Kalki, opted for a ladylike ensemble for the Vogue Bash.
Kalki at Vogue 5th Anniversary Bash
She adorned a Nimish shah Midi dress with a printed bodice and a plisse pleated bottom. The copper orange hue lit up her face and the black accessories added to the elegance. She too opted for a braided bun and rocked the look.
Sameera Reddy chose to explore her androgyny and go for a more avant-garde look at the red carpet this time. She wore an exact runway look from Huemn, a fairly recent Indian Prêt line. She carried off the look with panache but we still can’t decide if the cuff was necessary with the gold earrings already fighting for focus. The nude suede pumps too, could well be replaced by a black peep toes.