Deepika Padukone sartorial journey on the Cannes pink carpet exuded grace, magnificence, and royalty. From day 1 the actor and jury member has been celebrating world vogue on the 75th annual Cannes Movie Pageant.
Deepika who graced the pink carpet in a stunning black and gold sari designed by Sabyasachi on the closing ceremony, picked a regal ivory sari designed by celebrated Indian designers Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla for the closing ceremony.
Trying like royalty, Deepika’s sari featured an beautiful assertion collar that includes roughly 1200 pearls and 200 crystals. Describing the piece of artwork adorned by the star, the designer duo took to Instagram and wrote: “Deepika Padukone is heavenly in Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. She wears an off-white saree that includes a path and dramatic pleated ruffles. A bustier with pearls and crystals and a spectacular, hand-embroidered, assertion pearl collar completes the ethereal look. (sic).”
Draped by the celebrated drape artist and a favorite amongst Bollywood stars, Dolly Jain wrote a heartfelt message on Instagram. Elated to be part of the Cannes Movie Pageant and draping Deepika for the event, Dolly mentioned: “What an honour to be right here, to drape this diva as she represents our roots in an iconic ruffle saree.(sic).”
Styled by Shaleena Nathani, Deepika’s hair and make-up was executed by Yianni Tsapatori and Sandhya Shekar. Deepika accessorised her look with earrings from Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas. With hair tied in a smooth bun and her look enhanced with minimal make-up, the general look exuded royalty.
Other than Deepika’s elegant sari, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla designs have been additionally adorned by actor and author Sukhmani Sadana. Sporting an beautiful ivory and gold sari from the model’s diffuse line ASAL by Abu Sandeep, Sukhmani paired the saree with an embellished bustier. She accomplished her look with a pair of chandbalis from Amrapali Jewels. Taking to Instagram, Sukhami shared her heartfelt notice, she wrote: Been known as a small city woman my entire life. Small city ladies additionally make it to Cannes! Thanks universe and all those who’ve at all times had religion in me. Ps: Final pic… Can’t hold Calm! I’m at Cannes. That’s the Amritsari me (sic).