March 31, 2020 11:20:10 pm
The world around us might be changing and we are stuck at home but it is never a bad thing to look at things which are brighter, and one such is this magazine cover featuring Priyanka Chopra Jonas, shot before the lockdown. The actor had shot for the May cover of the Tatler magazine, and looked stunning in the photos.
In the set of three photos, the Quantico actor can been seen donning an elaborate golden ensemble from Gabbana Alta Moda. The corset like fitted bodice gave way to a flowy silhouette at the bottom. The look was completed with winged eyeliner, nude lipstick and gorgeous hairdo.
In the second look, she was seen in an Alexander McQueen ensemble with ruffle detail. The winged eyeliner was still on point and the outfit, which featured sheer detailing, was wonderfully styled with black gloves.
The third one was as old world as it gets as she was seen donning a monochrome Gucci overcoat and we loved the headgear.
Take a look at the pictures below:
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Before the coronavirus pandemic began, Tatler photographed actress @priyankachopra for the May cover, styled in dreamy @dolcegabbana Alta Moda. In the accompanying interview, she spoke to Jane Mulkerrins about being married to pop royalty, Nick Jonas, their plans to start a family, and why she doesn’t think beauty pageants and feminism are mutually exclusive – it's a welcome dose of escapism in present circumstances. The May issue is on sale 2nd April. Click the link in bio for more. Photographed by @jackwaterlotstudio and styled by @sophiepera. Make-up by @fulviafarolfi @bryanbantryagency, hair by @petergrayhair @homeagency and nails by @pattieyankee @celestineagency.
Sharing the pictures on Instagram, the magazine said that in the interview, the actor gave insights on her marriage, beauty pageants and how they need not be antithetical to feminism. It referred to the interview as “a welcome dose of escapism in present circumstances” and we cannot have worded it better.
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