Indian Divas at Cannes 2014

After months of speculation, the most awaited outfits of the most awaited event have been unveiled. The Indian actresses, no less than their Hollywood counterparts have outshone themselves at the Cannes 2014 red carpet, yet again.

After putting in sleepless nights of efforts and thought into their respective path-breaking looks, the divas have finally narrowed down to make us say the following about them:

AISHWARYA RAI BACHCHAN

With her 13th consecutive appearance at the prestigious red carpet, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan looked ravishing in her Roberto Cavalli gown.

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This golden gown looked absolutely distinctive on the light–eyed actress.

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We love how she has met perfection with the lovely lose curls, the red nail paint and the oh–so lovely red lipstick, as if being independent of itself.

For the second day, the lady chose to go sober over all. She looked stunning yet not convincingly making any distinctive statement.

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SONAM KAPOOR

After last year’s nose ring having made its place in the Cannes history, this time it is her hair do that is almost doing the trick. We have not seen much of this avatar and absolutely wish to see more of it.

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Her blob of cuteness is perfectly portrayed in this outfit making her look increasingly charming. The big pouf seems to absolutely work for her.

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Fashionista’ probably being synonymous with her name now, the diva chose to go desi on day 2 of her Cannes visit. We like how she made sheer work for her in a rather differently draped way.

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The traditional choker is very cleverly highlighted amidst the simple middle partitioned hair and sober shade of the sheer.

FREIDA PINTO

The lady can go sleek as easily as pulling off nude makeup on her dusky skin. She turned heads for her asymmetrical hemline.

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The day 1 look is generally the more anticipated one, but Freida Pinto has managed to nail day 2 as well in her Michael Kors gown. Simple and classy!

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Article and research by:

Kirti Kabra,

VP (Core Council)

Fashion Pristine