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Travel(v)ogue

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As she exited the local airport, Kangana was photographed wearing Zara. Shades and strappy sandals aside, the actor rounded out her look with a Burberry bag. She looked striking.

Kangana Ranaut Photographed At The Airport

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

In Burberry

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In London to do a fashion shoot, Kangana was spotted heading out of the city wearing a Burberry trench with a turtle-neck dress, a Burberry satchel and booties. The actor reworked her bag and booties into another look for a night out with friends sporting yet another Burberry piece, this time an-off shoulder sweatshirt from the label.

She looked great in both looks!

Kangana Ranaut at Mumbai Airport(left, center) and London (right)

Left: Burberry Trench Coat ( BUY )
Center: Burberry Colorblocked Tote ( BUY )
Right: Burberry Sweatshirt ( BUY )

Photo credit: Viral Bhayani

In Raw Mango

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It looks like Ms. Ranaut gave the GQ Best Dressed event a miss because she was spotted attending a wedding reception on Saturday evening wearing a Raw Mango lehenga with Jaipur Gems earrings and Needledust juttis.

At first glance, I thought the colors washed her out a bit and was yearning for a bit of color on the lip but the more I see the pics, the more I think it was a good move to go light on the face. Adding a dark lip color might have felt garish.

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani



Girl Talk: #SariNotSorry

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Welcome to Girl Talk! Every few weeks, Priyanka, Payal and I will get together to chat on this platform. We dedicate the first edition of this series to one of our fave fashion things — the sari. Happy reading! (Feel free to share your sari stories)  

Do you know how to wear a sari?
Priyanka: Yes, but my draping skills need work. I still need help with my pleats and can’t get them to crisply fall in line as they do with my mom. Thank God for the new age designers who are making casual drapes okay again…!

Shradha: Yes! Saris are my jam and as a life hack expert, I have found ways to wear a sari in under a minute, without a mirror and with zero safety pins!  

Payal: For the most part, but pleats can still be a struggle sometimes. I still envy my mother’s ability to get it right in just 5 minutes.

When was the last time you wore one?
Priyanka: A couple of weeks ago. I couldn’t wait for an occasion to break out my new Rimzim chord sari so went ahead and wore it at home. It pairs well with a glass of full-bodied red. :)

Shradha: Last month at a friend’s 40th. The dresscode was Indian but I’m pretty sure I would have worn one even without the nudge. It was a black Sabyasachi from back in 2006 and I tripped on the dance floor only once!   

Payal: Last Sunday. Paired a Raw Mango blouse with my Fatherland sari and draped it the Bengali way.

What kind of saris do you find hard to resist?
Priyanka: Old school kanjeevarams in new colorways. (Am scouting for a gorgeous anthracite grey if anyone has leads!)

Shradha: Jewel tone kanjeevarams but sometimes I have this sudden urge to hoard chiffons. (Schizophrenic, I know.)

Payal: Having lived outside of India for the most part of my life, I didn’t really wear saris a lot. It didn’t help that was a huge tomboy growing up. I am making a conscious effort though to wear more now.  I am drawn to soft cottons as they are easy to wear but you can’t go wrong with a traditional silk. It just makes you feel regal! I will always be a sucker for Orissa Handlooms but currently am on the hunt for a good vibrant Patan Patola!

In Twos

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While out and about in Mumbai, Ms. Ranaut was spotted keeping it casual in a cotton dress and an oversized shirt and her Tod’s tote.

Either of the two looks catch your eye.