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  1. Saya at | | Reply

    The dior suit is so ill fitting. Too tight of a jacket and bunched up pants. The Burberry is lovely. She really needs to up her shoe game. She will now be seen with these same pairs for another 10 appearances.

  2. The Hellenist at | | Reply

    (Gasp!) That androgynous look!…this is just….. (PnP please let me say it) orgasm inducing! she has such a muse like quality to her, like those head strong women oozing ambiguous sexuality, leaning slightly towards a knowing, aloof, certain masculinity, a la Omahyra Mota or Tilda Swinton.

  3. nisha b at | | Reply

    Fitting of the pants ruins the 1st look..waist up it’s perfection. Both the looks are like yin and yang. She’s such a chameleon.

  4. whteve at | | Reply

    2nd pic made me do a double take-like the spikes r coming out of her shoulder.prob. becuz of the collar color.
    who’s her MUA ? luv the fresh face

  5. Jiminywiminy at | | Reply

    Superlative, both looks!

  6. Tania at | | Reply

    She looks fierce in the first pic. Love !

  7. Fashion4pas at | | Reply

    The pants need to be fitted but Kangana rocks both looks. She’s a true style icon.

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  9. Sneha at | | Reply

    I wish her pants were ankle length… the creases take a notch from the otherwise perfect look.

  10. jana at | | Reply

    The popped collar , scrunched pants and sleeves and a pompadour…..Kangana rocks!

    1. Jiminywiminy at | | Reply

      agree with you, again!

  11. jana at | | Reply

    Buy Less,
    Choose Well,
    Make it last.
    Vivienne Westwood
    I like that Kangana is repeating her shoes or maybe she has several pairs.

    1. The Hellenist at | | Reply

      Amen to that Jana, that is something them perfected consumers of the “Brave New World” have stopped understanding. Classically conditioned into thinking “new is better! new is good!”, taking points off for ” not changing her shoe game’ even if the old ones go perfectly well with the attire. There is a class to not buying that extra watch or pair of shoes you could do without. After a point all that purchasing behaviour just seems a pathetic attempt to fill in the yawning discrepancy between one’s actual self and the impossible ideal self that the market indoctrinates us with. Restraint takes character.

      1. saba at | | Reply

        @ hellenist & jana: Wise words. Respect ladies!

  12. sree at | | Reply

    Love both looks but she’s having some fit issues with the Dior pants. Other than that, she looks fierce!

  13. and at | | Reply

    when she does it..she knocks it out of park…this is a serious style icon…which is not about fashion fail or not but just shining your inner self through clothes.

  14. Violet at | | Reply

    She’s a style chameleon of the best kind.

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