Published On: Mon, Oct 10th, 2016

Kareena, Krishma are style divas



Kareena Kapoor Khan is the fashion icon in Bollywood. She is the complete Queen Bee of maternity style and grace in India.

From banging the entire manifestation — be it official or off-duty — out of the park, to putting style aims in splendid bridal wear by Sabyasachi (for the Lakme Fashion Week Winter-Festive finale). When Carol Gracias walked the ramp with a baby bump previously, it was initial and absolutely one that triumphs many of admiration. Kareena and Sabyasachi have the similar thought to an entirely new level with the Jab We Met star walking as the showstopper for Illuminate.


Consistently, yet, when Kareena on the ramp, expectant mothers everywhere are taking profuse notes on how to obtain their motherhood style on point. Yet, put into the blend, maasi-to-be Karisma, and you have yourself the Bollywood sisters who are spiking it when it arrives at chic. The elder sister has been rather stylishly ideal over the last some months, grossing her recurrent HIT place in our Hits and Misses lists each week.


Yet, the sisters have the group up with leading fashion designer and friend Manish Malhotra for an amusement and lifestyle magazine’s October cover — and it’s stunning. Donning dresses from Malhotra’s ensemble named A Persian Story, the Kapoor sisters gazed majestic and magnificent. The eye-catching collection (which had Deepika Padukone and Fawad Khan as showstoppers at the fashion week) is stirred by the dramatic architecture of Persia, flowering glory of fauna and flora, and intrepid royals that prevailed their gigantic kingdoms.


With Kareena previously a real-life princess, Karisma seemed each time a majestic herself in the good-looking metaphorical outfits. This black, nigh backless floor-length is one dream are made of. The eternal embroidery work in pastel and red shades is looking obvious among the rich black base.

One more picture illustrated Karisma in this wonderful hand-embroidered burnt-gold outfit with floral detailing. The strange color of the big gown is bound to be a hit with those searching for a head-turning effect at wedding functions.

About the Author

Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.