Mrs. Poonawalla has been busy and here are a few of her looks to catch up on. Loved her in the black strapless Alaia instantly. As for the others, I had varied feelings about them. Let’s get to the Moncler x Valentino puffer gown. The fact that she has no idea what she was referencing was a bit painful. In this day and age, especially, if you’re going to dive into fashion, perhaps helps to also research where the inspiration of the outfit comes from and before making captions, ensure you’ve got it right.
Natasha is having fun with fashion and she should sure continue. My pain points though are that, as a spectator, it’s been a lil’ frustrating to see her morph into a cookie cutter version of the thousands of profiles we now see on social media. If I showed her pics to a stranger, would they actually see an individualistic style aesthetic?
Early Natasha outings were so much more fun. She delivered on the international labels but yet you could see a wee bit of her too. My wish for her is with the resources she has, she could totally elevate so many Indian labels and give them exposure internationally by flaunting their designs. She’s got that clout. So it is a bit disappointing to always see her sport the international labels and pepper in a few desi ones every now and then at political events. Alrite, rant over.
Natasha Poonawalla in Moncler x Valentino (left) and Dior (right)
Natasha Poonawalla in Alaïa and Versace
Natasha Poonawalla in Alaïa
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