Sonam Kapoor’s enduring relationship with fashion cannot be emphasized enough. Over the years, she has supported many non-traditional designers. And, she did the same thing she was on the last cover of Grace. In a series of looks, she was seen wearing creations from several of these designers and with each image she added a note.
“Whether on the red carpet or at a global event, I am always proud to showcase Indian craftsmanship. I sincerely believe that India is home to extremely talented karigars and artisans who shape our identity as an industry,” she captioned a photo in which she was seen in a red velvet jacket by Kshitij Jalori.
The printed jacket had a lovely old-world feel and was paired with a designer brocade trouser set. The look was combined with matte lipstick and trendy earrings.
In the second case, she was seen in an embroidered tunic by Karishma Khanduja. The flowing outfit was paired with contrasting pants and the look was completed with her hair tied loosely. Sharing a photo, the actor wrote, “Karishma’s connection to craftsmanship is visceral. In my opinion, her work comes from a place of great love and knowledge of the craft that surrounds her,” she said, adding that the designer’s work “speaks to me a lot.”
In the third photo, she was seen in a printed dress paired with a jacket. Sunira’s set had an overall aesthetic as Veere Di Marriage the actor shed more light on that in the description. “If you haven’t heard of Sunira, you’re missing out!… There’s a certain edge and elegance to their work that I find so unique. Plus, they really know their textiles. If boho is your thing, this is your choice.
The actor was also seen in a printed dress paired with a wrap jacket, both from Verb by Pallavi Singhee. The minimalist print worked well with the understated glam look. Filled in eyebrows and red lipstick added the perfect finishing touch. The cape jacket worked really well, as did the prints. “Her work has an edgy touch which I think makes her clothes stand out. There’s so much to love – flowing silhouettes, the use of Indian craftsmanship in a modern way, the ability to wear her clothes casually or to stun the red carpet – the range is amazing. I love what I’m wearing here. I just feel effortless,” she wrote.
Finally, she was seen in an ensemble by her longtime collaborator Anamika Khanna. The classic ensemble featured the designer’s handprints throughout, from the aesthetic to the color combination.
What do you think of her recent looks?
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