Before I start, there is something I wanted to share with you guys. Yours truly is now the official blogger for L’Oreal Paris! So you people can expect some inside news (gossips?), product launches and much more in the coming days. For now let’s talk about the L’Oreal Paris Femina Women Awards in association with Rasvihar held recently at ITC Grand Central, Mumbai. Did you know the award trophy’s design is inspired by Tangram, a seven peice puzzle which can be arranged in endless ways. Cool right?
I’m going to talk about it all in two parts and I’ve over 400 pictures which are already on my facebook page. Okay so now let’s go straight to the red carpet!
Its the first time I’ve seen Sonam Kapoor in an indian attire and I’m so liking the change. The red looks gorgeous on this L’Oreal girl. And that’s Dia Mirza on her right in case you are wondering.
I LOVE the colour of Priyanka Chopra’s dress. Hot pink? Fuchsia? Neon? Love! And that ruffled gown is pretty in intself too.
I’ve kinda love-hate relationship with Aishwarya Rai. The sole reason is the non-experimentation on her side. She plays safe like the rest of the Bachchans. BUT not this time, she surprised everyone with her neon outfit. Love the play of colours.
Kangna Ranaut: Indian Audrey Humphrey?
This Miss Universe knows how to dress up and look presentable even after giving birth to a baby girl this year. Kudos Lara Dutta !
Usha Uthappam: roko na roko na humko award jeetne do…daaaarlinggg!
The shimmery glittery dress, chuncky necklace, nude lips…what’s not to love?
Okay so can you guess who is she? Our own Miss Malini!
How come everyone is getting it right? Why no faux pas? After her recent not-so-good outfit choices in the recent past (see here), Sophie Choudhry chose a stunning coral gown.
Really digging the bohemian inspired orange gown!
Black dress + red lips = can never look wrong!
Sometime a no accessories look can look glamorous too
Doesn’t she looks like Kristen Stewart?
gang of girls!
Look out for more red carpet looks, the winners list, random shots and more in the next part.