If Deepika Padukone is in the room, you know it is a party.
The actor has a way of getting everyone to turn heads and that’s just what she did on Sunday at the annual Van Heusen + GQ Fashion Nights in Mumbai, where she wore a sultry sari-gown designed by Sabyasachi. She couldn’t have picked a more flattering or sassier ensemble.
The first day of GQ Fashion Nights 2017 saw stars making a statement by displaying a plethora of designs and oomph on the ramp. Hosted by Van Heusen, the show displayed designs by well-known fashion designers like Shantanu and Nikhil, Ujjwal Dubey, Dhruv Kapoor, Sahil Anejae and more.
Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, Radhika Apte, Rajkummar Rao, Ayushmann Khurrana, Pooja Hegde, Shamita Shetty, Karan Singh Grover were among of the known faces seen during the show. In case you missed any of the action, we have you covered.
Check the pictures here:
If there’s one style queen who can add some extra spice to a red carpet event without looking like she’s tried too hard, it’s got to be Deepika Padukone.
We know she likes Sabyasachi Mukherjee and she wowed in another one of his designs - this time an achingly simple yet stunning sequenced black-and-gold sari gown, which showed off her svelte figure beautifully. She chose to pair her off-the-chart outfit with delightfully vintage drop earrings, also by Sabya.
Actor Pooja Hegde, who wore a dress straight off your Pinterest boards. Her figure-hugging Falguni Shane Peacock dress is great for showing off toned figure, and the bead-work and feather combo is dramatic.
Shahid Kapoor closed the show for Gaurav Gupta on Day 2 of Van Heusen + GQ Fashion Nights.
The actor, whose co-star Deepika was in the audience during the show, walked down the runway in a sharp black ensemble with gold accents that reflected the designer’s edgy style.
Shahid’s progressive tuxedo was part of a collection titled Diamond Demons, inspired by constellations, stars and space.
Radhika Apte was oozing quirky chic in a Shantanu-Nikhil ensemble. Uncovering new codes of sartorial street couture, her voluminous earthy hued outfit showed sharp tailoring and dramatic accents.
The modern nomadic references were especially visible in the layered pleating, colour blocking, reinterpreted drapes and the embellishments that had elements of tassels.