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I Am A Lazy Fashionista: Nargis Fakhri


I Am A Lazy Fashionista: Nargis Fakhri

NEW DELHI, (IANS) – Bollywood beauty, Nargis Fakhri made a stunning, show stopping entry for Sejal Kamdar Designs at the recently held LFW X FDCI event in Mumbai.

Wearing an all-black trio comprising long, fish-tail skirt, heavily encrusted bralette and a perky, short-sleeved, ornate, bolero with structured shoulders, the actress is back to business after an extended break.

Your favorite fashion accessory now?

Now because it’s very sunny and summer is around the corner so my sunglasses.

Fashion is finally moving away from athleisure and back to glamour, what’s your take on this?

I think I am really depressed about that because I am a lazy fashionista, so I loved athleisure very much because it’s very comfortable, but at the same time I am excited because we love to see looking beautiful people dressed in beautiful clothing, and beautiful accessories; so, going back to glamour is a plus.

In Paris, Milan, and London runways, we saw a return to the classics and clean silhouettes is that something you would consider as your go-to style?

So, at this moment in my life I like classic silhouettes and I love simplicity, so I am really excited about that, and I am little bit conservative side in my real life, so I enjoy classic pieces.

How did you feel walking the runway for Sejal and what do you most like about their latest style?

So, I am wearing Sejal’s beautiful silhouette, I think it must be Bolero and then it has fish tail skirt and I love it for the silhouette because it makes my body look amazing and not only that it has 600 year old traditional style of printing or design. So, I love how she has taken old school tradition and driven it to modern day life and created this fun and chic look.

Selecting a color story that was as vibrant as the rainbow, Sejal zeroed in on rich maroon, striking navy blue, ravishing scarlet red and then added neutral black and ivory. The highlight of the collection was the colorful traditional crafts like, Ajrakh, patchwork and strip work, while the surface ornamentation was visualized with antique cut pipe, bead and crystal work. Here too, it was color that caught the eye as yellow, magenta, parrot green, sage, orange, fuchsia, grey and wine showcased a kaleidoscopic offering.

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