Be it street style or a designer sari, Karisma Kapoor can carry off any look with utmost grace. Recently, we spotted the 43-year-old walking the ramp at Asian Designer Week. The sixth edition of the fashion show, which is underway in New Delhi from April 27 – 29 sees both national and international designers coming under one roof. Kapoor was clad in a white lehenga by Nepal-based designer Priya Raut, who showcased her line Perrie Fashion at the show.
The lehenga had heavy floral embroidery work all over it and was teamed with a matching, short sleeve blouse. It was further styled with a semi-sheer dupatta and was accessorised with a pair of gold earrings. Well-defined eyes with a dewy sheen, glossy lips and side-parted wavy hairdo gave finishing touches to her look.
The designer’s collection featured ethnic wear in shades of pastel and other light colours with a lot of colourful embroidery work on them. It also had semi-sheer, ruffles and frill details on it.
Prior to this, Kapoor was seen at her mother Babita Kapoor’s birthday bash in an appliqué nara printed crepe dress from Anand Bhushan’s Spring/Summer’18 collection. The black and white outfit featured a high neck and balloon sleeves. Styled by Esha Amiin, she accessorised it with a pair of studded earrings, a pair of off-white heels from L.K.Bennett and a statement black bag from Chanel. Not only is her outfit elegant, it can work as a great option to wear on both formal and casual occasions.
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