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  1. f1lm1staani at | | Reply

    The Anupamaa looks are my favorite(specially the left most one). Like the VB dresses too.

  2. kasthuri at | | Reply

    Yay for Indian designers ! They were somehow my favourites in the above line up. Scrolling down i liked the colours, loser silhouettes and the delicate elegance and then it came to stiff boring tailored looks by western designers.

  3. Amu at | | Reply

    How gorgeous is this girl!!

  4. eclat at | | Reply

    She looks good, but what’s with that fake plait in the first pic? Looks terrible.
    So much emphasis and money spent on fancy clothes… I wish the directors would spend it on sending their cast to acting school first!

    1. SD at | | Reply

      You are visiting the wrong blog :-)

    2. Envy at | | Reply

      I guess acting is not a priority for most indian directors

    3. kasthuri at | | Reply

      lol. So true. I guess fashion/style is easier to fix.

  5. sonia at | | Reply

    superb styling!

  6. Mag at | | Reply

    Awesome is the word. Thumbs up for the designer and for the lay wearing it with aplomb

  7. Hansini at | | Reply

    Thank you Tanya Ghavri and P&P! This is such a super idea, first of its kind to cover a heroine’s look in a film. I hope more follow.
    I love all the D&G looks as well the the gorgeous Anand Kabra. And JF looks uniformly gorgeous.

    1. Sweta at | | Reply

      I was thinking of emailing HHC/P&P to feature her KICK outfits :). It deserves a coverage here.

  8. pinkberry at | | Reply

    She’s one lucky woman. Loove the outfits and that Paraty is just delish!

  9. Komal at | | Reply

    I loved all the looks. Jacqueline looked lovely . :)

  10. pooja at | | Reply

    Can you please Identify the glasses?

  11. Anu at | | Reply

    That grey lace dress is to die for…and almost everything looks so good on her

  12. Ahot at | | Reply

    Perfectione! Jacquie is a stylist’ s dream & her collaboration with Tanya has the potential to be the stuff legends are made of.

  13. Tania at | | Reply

    I like all the looks but is it just me or does it look like her clothes are different but her styling in all the pics is extremely monotonous.

  14. KayAar at | | Reply

    Only positive thing about this movie was her clothes.

  15. Katherine at | | Reply

    I watched the movie to other day and I absolutely loved all the clothes she wore in it. I loved her in Shehlaa the most but Jacqueline’s the type who can wear anything and look amazing.

  16. Nidhi at | | Reply

    The white gown is from Swatee Singh.

  17. Dil at | | Reply

    How exquisite is that maang tika!

  18. Ravneet at | | Reply

    Wow! Every single one the outfits looks so put together and extremely elegant :)

  19. Sandy at | | Reply

    I absolutely love her looks in the movie and my favourites are the Dolce & Gabbana and Victoria Beckham ones .Great job Tanya Ghavri :)

  20. Prep-y at | | Reply

    Jacqueline looks great in all her pictures. I like the Anand Kabra suit a lot, it’s simple but has a very interesting style. Also, love the Gucci and Burberry dresses.

  21. lazyU at | | Reply

    Is her jewelry traditional in the first pic? It’s very pretty.

    She’s a beautiful girl and she can carry anything but it’s nice to see her doing both flowy and streamlined.

  22. Sweta at | | Reply

    I was waiting for this post :). Jacqueline in KICK is one of the best-dressed onscreen heroines Bollywood has seen in recent times. And thanks to HHC and you girls, I could actually ID a couple of her dresses/accessories while at the screening … it gave me a KICK ;). I spotted the Anand Kabra, the Eina Ahluwalia Haathphool, the D&G lace dresses, one of the Anupamaa, the Corto Moltedo clutch.

  23. Anu at | | Reply

    Gorgeous clothes! I love Anand Kabra, really love his clothes!

    1. Anu at | | Reply

      Well not ‘ his’ clothes, I meant his designs

  24. dhbf at | | Reply

    Hi p and p
    how about ur take on madhuri’s costumes in hahk?

  25. Fergie at | | Reply

    Thanks for covering what is probably the only good thing in the movie, one which I had no interest in watching.

  26. kiki at | | Reply

    Hi P&P,

    CAN YOU PLS DO THE SAME FOR ALIA in HUMPTY SHARMA! pls its a request :))))

  27. LCoodly at | | Reply

    Great job, Indian designers! Since when is Zara high fashion? If so, I didn’t get the memo.

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