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Sari Style

For the British Asian Trust Reception, it was a black Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla sari, one that she wore elegantly. You like?

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Nita Ambani at British Asian Trust Reception

Photo Credit: NDTV, Daylife

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Nimrit At Cannes 2013: The Lunchbox Screening

In an Abu Sandeep sari, Nimrit attended a screening in Cannes. A sparkly gold clutch, messy updo and pink lips completed her look. It’s a look we find ourselves unable to get on board with; not a fan of the sari.

You may recall seeing a similar mirror-work like embellished blouse on Tabu not too long ago.


Nimrit Kaur At Cannes 2013: The Lunchbox Screening

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Aishwarya At Cannes 2013: ‘Blood Ties’ Premiere

For her appearance on day two on the red carpet, Aishwarya went the Indian route wearing a floor-length long anarkali by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla.

I, for one, am rather torn by the look. While I love the white on her as it stands out on the red carpet, the floral pattern doesn’t work work me. Reminds me of a doily.

And the hair. Since she did choose to wear that dress, wish she went the whole hog and did something with it. The contrast and heaviness of hair was just too jarring.

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Aishwarya Rai At Cannes 2013: Blood Ties Premiere

Photo Credit: Zimbio

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In Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla

Looking vibrant in an orange Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla suit was Shweta at the Marie Claire Fashion Awards with Choo slingbacks. From what we see we quite like.

Shweta Bachchan at Marie Claire Fashion Awards 2011

Photo Credit: Marie Claire India

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Elephanta Tales

If you live in London, you’ve probably noticed brightly colored baby elephants all around the streets. These baby elephants are part of the Elephant Parade, a conservation campaign that is trying to highlight the crisis faced by endangered Asian elephant.

Corporations, fashion designers and artists came together to put this project together and there are several of them featuring Indian influences too. From the design world, designers Abu-Sandeep, Manish Arora and Tarun Tahiliani have one of their own. From the arts world, Nilesh Mistry got to design not one but three.

But, the most surprising part of the parade has got to be that all the IPL Teams also have one of their own. Where India is concerned, Cricket does trump everything else.

Catch all of the designs inside and thanks ‘Kirthi’ for bringing the parade to our attention.

P.S. If you can’t cover it all (considering they are spread out all over the city), you can catch all of the elephants on the official viewing days at the Royal Hospital Chelsea on the 25th, 26th and 28th of June. Get more info Here.


Left: Heaven’s Hathi by Abu Jani – Sandeep Khosla
Center: Hathi by Manish Arora
Right: Jewel-ele by Tarun Tahiliani


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