In Naeem Khan

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Katrina attended the GQ Men Of The Year Awards wearing a sequin pant suit by Naeem Khan from the Fall 2017 collection with lace bralet from Shehlaa.

First things first, I really really loved that she didn’t go the gown route and would like to see more of her like this. Having said that, I wish she’d worn the pant suit with open toe sandals, left the jacket unbuttoned and tied that necklace as a lariat (cuz it disappeared into the jacket as is) for a more sassy appearance. I don’t know why she did all of the stuff on for her Instagram shoot (see below) but decided to go safe at the event.

Katrina Kaif

Katrina Kaif

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. Agree with all that you said. Also, is that really a necklace? It looks like those ID cards that wear at work! Should have ditched it and gone for a slim choker.

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  2. Ah.. so it was a necklace, I thought possibly suspenders… lol.
    Isn’t the jacket very reminiscent of the Balmain skirt she wore for BFF with Alia??

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  3. She looks super hot!! Just visualising her with a top knot her and it looks so much neater…why wouldn’t she ever tie her hair? That necklace is weird and could have been skipped.

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  4. Quite a cool look from kat.. love it, the suits nice n apt for a evening. Boss woman. Does she need a new haircut or that’s the styling.. looks damn unkempt.

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  5. It is less obvious this year from what I can tell, but the dress code for GQ men of the year always seems to be ‘sexy’ and ‘edgy’ …just as it’s always understood that the dress code for those annual Police shows is traditional, wholesome and ethnic.

    I understand the need for clothes to be appropriate for the event (Met Gala vs Oscars) but in the case of these male-centric shows, it seems the female celebrities (must) pick between ‘sexy’ or ‘wholesome’ depending on whatever male characteristic or morality is being celebrated at the time.

    It feels a little one-sided to me… as if the women are being made to dress as eye-candy or props to these male-events.

    To be clear, this is not their fault as they must exist in this eco-system but it is very telling of the mindset.

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    • So so true! If you notice, whenever I came across a men’s magazine the covers are sexy, erotic, women clad, provoking. Is that a need synonymous with male.. this event like every year had women parading like it’s a bachelorette.

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