Actor Kangana Ranaut’s love-affair with high fashion has become well-known through her numerous fashion outings for her film promotions.
Taking it a step further, the Katti Batti hottie arrived at the Christian Dior Spring-Summer 2016 show at Paris Fashion Week recently, dressed impeccably from head-to-toe.
Flaunting her sleek figure, she was spotted in a fitted houndstooth v-neck dress in monochrome with yellow check embroidery running down the skirt of the ensemble. The chic dresser paired it with plaid gloves, a black belt, pointy shoes and a Lady Dior bag.
With her curly mane tied back, cat-eye sunglasses and a deep pout completing the look, Kangana channelled a noir film’s femme fatale with effortless ease.
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Meanwhile, the ready-to-wear collection was showcased recently at the courtyard of the historic Louvre Museum.
Creating a larger-than-life setting for it, a striking 18m high hillock was constructed by 100 people, and covered with 4,00,000 stalks of blue Delphinium flowers.
The blanket of flowers formed the backdrop that the models emerged from in Artistic Director Raf Simon’s vision of the summer.
Feminine dressing formed the foundation of the collection, balanced with boxy silhouettes and layered with floral embroidery, appliqué work, stripes, and sheer sleeves.
As Simons shared in the show note: “I wanted the collection to have purity to it. To simplify and concentrate on a line that expressed an idea of femininity, fragility, and sensitivity without sacrificing strength and impact; there might be simplicity in how the collection looks, but it is extremely complex in terms of technique.”
The past flowed into the present in his interpretation of the “oddly futuristic and strangely romantic” designs, as seen in the Victorian-style underwear under transparent bias cut dresses, Bar jackets and rough knits.
The company, in a statement, said: “The collection moves from the self-contained, cultivated garden of the ‘femme fleur’ towards what could be seen as a new terrain, at once more naturalistic and alien.”
Thus, the flowered landslide in the oldest museum of the world became symbolic of the landscape of the future.
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