26 Responses

  1. nisha b at | | Reply

    Something very Frida Kahlo-ish about this look.

  2. Fmem at | | Reply

    Instead of the bumpy hairdo, she could have opted for a sleek chignon

  3. slc at | | Reply

    It’s very, very busy. I like her loafers though.

  4. KJ at | | Reply

    Eight thousand dollars for this monstrosity? YIKES!! Who would be out of their mind to buy this? SMH

  5. Rocky Mountain at | | Reply

    UGLY dress

    As usual trying too hard constantly

    1. stylebhelpuri at | | Reply

      Hello :)

    2. Sup at | | Reply

      I remembering seeing a post on her last week looking very pretty, and wondering where you were :)

      1. whteve at | | Reply

        haha , me too..

      2. stylebhelpuri at | | Reply


  6. Desimom at | | Reply

    Looks like a leftovers casserole made from their summer floral dresses..

  7. sarah at | | Reply

    love her face.so delicate!

  8. Asha at | | Reply

    Feel sorry for all the people at the event who had to see this gown in real life.

  9. Purva at | | Reply

    Would have worked better if it was sleeveless..

  10. Mukta at | | Reply

    It’s not safe but it’s different! Kudos to her for choosing it. I like the hairdo and minimal makeup and choice of shoes.

  11. Paroma at | | Reply

    Love the gown. But I think her hairdo is too prim for this fun dress.

  12. Kanu at | | Reply

    Not the best gown .!! But girl…does she pulls it off and with such an ease..!!
    No one else in the world can save that look, except of course, kangna.!!
    I am not even a die hard kangna fan .

  13. from-chitown at | | Reply

    Hate the gown… nothing is working.

  14. trupsster at | | Reply

    When it comes to such bold, risk-taking sartorial choices, usually the first impression is the one that sticks and works, too. In my case, I absolutely loved the look. She made it work a 100% by keeping the make-up tamed, no accessories, and hair all tied up. Love it!

  15. PS at | | Reply

    So Valentino sells hideous clothes too!

  16. Sreetama Ray at | | Reply

    I don’t know it, but when I come to this blog I am actually looking for Kangana Ranaut. I scroll past the same old over embellished Indian “fushion” and the starlets in their twee little dresses looking ‘just so’. My eyes glaze over and then suddenly, a little inspiration, a little controversy, sparky disagreements over fashion – now that’s what art is supposed to do.

  17. DramaMama at | | Reply

    If I was wearing this costume of a dress, even I would be laughing hysterically. And it does have a Frida Kahlo vibe.

  18. Pooja at | | Reply

    Frida Kahlo! It’s probably the hair. Love everything about this look.

  19. Gaga at | | Reply

    Love it.

  20. sid at | | Reply

    Almost mistook it for sabyasachi…

  21. adya at | | Reply

    Like it. Very vintage, costumey though, but quite a collectors item. I too would have liked it without a sleeve.

  22. Sanguine at | | Reply

    She is innocently comfortable in it. If it works for the wearer ,works for the on-looker.

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