Tag: Rajdeep Ranawat

In Rajdeep Ranawat


While working from home, Neha was photographed in Rajdeep Ranawat, twice. Between the printed jacket that she teamed with her high-waisted denims and the printed dress, I have to go with the former; the easy separates looked good. The dress I just wasn’t the biggest fan of. Which of the two looks do you prefer?



Neha Dhupia

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In Rajdeep Ranawat


Kareena stepped out to meet with her friends and while out, was photographed in Rajdeep Ranawat separates. Her accessories for the occasion included a Louis Vuitton monogram ‘speedy’. The easy off-duty look works for her!



Kareena Kapoor Khan

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In Rajdeep Ranawat


Saif brought in his 50th birthday on Saturday evening surrounded by family and friends where Kareena was spotted wearing a printed kaftan by Rajdeep Ranawat paired with a tan belt.



Kareena Kapoor

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In Twos


Two recent sightings, two strikingly different looks.

While in Nellore for the Flamingo Festival, Regina paired her Rajdeep Ranawat jacket with a white tank and Dhruv Kapoor skirt. Silver-toned jewelry and dark-brown pumps rounded out the look.

Earlier in Chennai at an awards event, Regina was photographed wearing a Siddhartha Bansal lehenga. Jewelry from Haati Chai and an embellished clutch by Slinch rounded out the actor’s look.

Which do you like her more in?

Regina Cassandra At Flamingo Festival

Regina Cassandra At Provoke Awards

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WLIFW Spring 2013: Preeti Jhawar, Rajdeep Ranawat, Abhi Singh


Multiple Fashion Weeks mean multiple designers get a chance to show their designing chops to the industry. Here’s your peek at three more designers…

Preeti Jhawar

Few wearable dresses aside, nothing really to gush over. Wasn’t especially fond of the Indian-wear presented.

Rajdeep Ranawat

Rajdeep Ranawat’s collection ‘Santorini’ like the name suggests, drew inspiration from the Mediterranean city. Digital prints of baroque influences, florals and the city itself were used throughout the collection. The collection may have checked all the right boxes in the inspiration check-list but the collection didn’t evoke any of the romanticism that the city does.

Abhi Singh

Inspired by ‘Monolithic Skyscrapers’, Abhi Singh presented a collection that was draped, contoured and heavy on the fringe.

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