Gone are the days when ethnicity was confined to the Indian Film fraternity. Celebrities all over are flaunting their love for desi attires and the nazakhat it brings with them. Case in point- Chrissy Teigen’s quirky Papa Don’t Preach sarees from Priyanka Chopra Jonas’ Diwali bash!
The celebrity author and host made many heads turn decked up in an iconic purple saree, riding high on crystals, motifs and embellishments. She paired her stunning drape with a long-sleeved blouse and a contrasting bag in hot pink hues. A statement maang tikka and chunky kadas added to the bling affair of her look. The diva went full throttle on glam with bronze cheeks, glossy nude lips and a poker straight hairdo.
For the next change, Chrissy dazzled in yet another coral and lilac pre-draped attire from Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika. This extravagantly embellished number came with a sheer embroidered pallu and a feisty thigh slit. Keeping the same glam, she rounded off her look.
Not just her, the label also dressed Mindy Kaling, Liza Koshy, Richa Moorjani in its iconic pieces and we need to catch our breath!
However, this isn’t the first time when Indian Fashion got a global representation. Few days back, the iconic Sarah Jessica Parker a.k.a Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw was spotted in a bejeweled Falguni Shane Peacock lehenga for her reboot show, And Just Like That. Her outfit, sans the dupatta featured a Resham threadwork all over. She paired her look with Aquazurra platform heels and a velvet potli bag. Keeping the ‘Carrie’ element intact, SJP accessorized her waist-length braid with quirky purple flowers.
The designer duo also dressed up Mindy and Priyanka Chopra Jonas for their respective Diwali parties.
Joining sought-after and established designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Manish Arora, Falguni Shane Peacock, Gauri & Nainika, Gaurav Gupta and Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla, Papa Don’t Preach has cemented its position. With the international fashion market flooded with the dominance of Italian and French luxury houses, watching a familiar Indian designer label name pop up is always a refreshing change.
Is Hollywood ready for Indian fashion representation?- We think so!