In Aarti Vijay Gupta

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Wearing a stitched (jumpsuit?) sari by Aarti Vijay Gupta featuring Gond art, Vidya attended the calendar launch event on Monday evening. While I like that she changed it up here and for the most part looked good, the sari pleats pooling on the floor was a bit of a distraction.



Vidya Balan

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. Love that Gond art is having a sort of moment in fashion and design! Still remember the AD India article of Irrfan Khans house – he has a fantastic collection of Gond prints!

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      • That’s exactly what I was thinking! It’s such a spectacular art form and I love how the designer has incorporated the art into the garment. But I would appreciate learning about the artist too (sort of like artist x Aarti Vijay Gupta)

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  2. Perfect, see, this is what I keep referring to: the saree, the synchronization of that design with that color, the blouse style, the makeup- (the lip color, nail-paint), and that awesome earcuffs and ring, even the footwear, its perfection head to toe. Even her body language and pose is different and more confident. The saree bunching up at feet is not at all distraction because she is so well put together.

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  3. maybe I don’t understand fashion but this looks so unkempt. The sari is terribly draped, blouse is ill-fitted and she looks completely washed out except the eye makeup is good.

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  4. “the sari pleats pooling on the floor was a bit of a distraction”…no way! The only thing that distracted me here was her understated edginess with the accessories, colour, her stance and style of the outfit…a little unexpected from her and yet suits her so well!…love the earcuffs! Love the black nails …wish she painted her toes too…Also, probably the only time I don’t mind the sliding drape/one boob drape…that peek-a-boo(b)! cheeky chest design is cute too! She chose a good stylist if she is using one…if not, kudos to her!

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  5. Why not have just kept this as a saree and blouse? That would have looked a lot more elegant. Where was the need to cut it up and create a jumpsuit with all these clumsy bits and bobs pooling around?

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