5 Celebrities Gone Traditional at #CannesFilmFestival

Who says the Red Carpet on the French Riviera can’t go traditional?

These leading ladies of Hindi cinema prove that India’s colors, embroideries and the saree’s grace can redefine what dressing for Cannes Film Festival means!

Who do you think wore it best?

Vidya Balan at Cannes 2013
Vidya Balan at Cannes 2013
Aishwarya Rai Bacchan at Cannes 2012
Aishwarya Rai Bacchan at Cannes 2012
Nimrat Kaur at Cannes 2013
Nimrat Kaur at Cannes 2013
Richa Chadha at Cannes 2015
Richa Chadha at Cannes 2015

Borrow a leaf from their style diaries for gorgeous sarees, stunning jewelry and a statement purse.

Images via High Heel Confidential

2 responses to “5 Celebrities Gone Traditional at #CannesFilmFestival”

  1. There is not another garment on the planet that will ever compare with a sari. It would have to be the most elegant, feminine, exotic clothing ever. My daughter spent 3 months in India and she said no matter how poor or how old Indian women are beautiful in their wonderful saris. She said she misses them most of all. Little do a lot of Westerners know is that a sari is a 15 foot long straight piece of fabric. That’s it. When they reach a certain age they are given their first sari and taught how to wrap and tie them. I collect sari fabric and the variations never end and then there are wedding saris. My doctor is Indian and a tiny woman. She told me her wedding sari (which are always red) weighed 20 kilos because of the gold thread embroidery. Beautiful, just beautiful.

    • Peta, the saree most certainly is the most effortlessly (for it’s unstitched) elegant garment and it truly is unmatched. We, for one, love it!

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