Karan applauds Ranveer for his 'edgy fashion'


Think Karan-Think Stylish. Think Ranveer-Think Eccentric.

Karan Johar the man of the night gone by, killed it on the ramp in his black and silver quirky attire as he walked for Falguni Shane Peacock at the Lakme Fashion Week. Karan has always been open about his love for fashion and style. Also about how important it is to be stylish for him (and the people he keeps in company). He makes pretty bold and usual choices and quite often with all elegance and no shame. Recently, at the Vogue BFFs season 2, he did not hesitate to talk and show the world his cheetah printed shoes.


He spoke about Ranveer Singh and his unusual sense of fashion that always makes its way through the news. He talked about how Ranveer has brought in new scales of style for men's fashion and has elevated the standards and how people will follow him and when they do, it won't be a big deal.

"I applaud him and I adore him for actually completely taking men’s fashion to an altogether different level. He has become the brand ambassador for edgy fashion, so whatever we will do after him, it will be less every time. I was not apprehensive and I actually enjoyed it. (Fortunately, jab Ranveer Singh industry me hota hai na toh uske baadaap job hi karo log accept karlenge. Kyunki unhone fashion bar itna raise kar liya hai. Aur jo pura ye collection hai, mujhe lagta hai ye Ranveer Singh ka favourite collection ho skta hai. I applaud him and I adore him for actually completely taking men’s fashion to an all together different level. Wo edgy fashion ke brand ambassador ban chuke hai. Toh hum unke baad job hi karengewo kam hi lagega), said KJo at the press con for LFW'18.

FYI, Ranveer already wore a piece from Falguni and Shane's collection titled 'Louche' way before KJo wore on the ramp.



Ranveer, as it is known has always surprised us with his unusualness. From the characters, he portrays to the outfits he carries. A regular boy who played 'Bittoo' in Band Baja Baarat, played the strong lover and leader as Peshwa Bajirao in Bajirao Mastani. At his peak, he did not refrain from portraying Khilji, a negative role in Padmaavat. This man has shown equal shades when it comes to fashion. We have seen him carry shorts and hoodies as well as a yellow pantsuit with film posters all over with equal shine.

It is good to see the men and women of the industry are applauding each other in all areas rather than picking on one another.