Own Shah Rukh Khan's casual look!
Shah Rukh Khan steps out in a cool and casual avatar for a store launch. The superstar works his grey washed denims with a navy blue v-neck body-fitting tshirt. King Khan looks every bi dashing in smart casuals. He accessorizes himself with a swanky wrist watch!
Shah Rukh Khan might be Bollywood’s badshaah, but when it comes to his personal style, he likes to keep it simple. Basic whites and blacks are a staple in his wardrobe. Shah Rukh also likes to team blazers with his outfits, for the perfect semi-formal look.
Gentlemen, Shah Rukh Khan's three-piece suit is wardrobe essential!
Shah Rukh Khan donned at three-piece black velvet vest suit at the HT Most Stylish Awards this year and every head turned to him as he walked the red carpet. A three-piece suit is worn on formal occasions and makes a man look like he knows his business. Be it business meetings or a formal soiree, this suit will definitely make an impression on your audience!
The 7th Gr8 Women Awards was a stylish event. Indian television producers Anu and Shashi Ranjan chose the palatial Roda Al Bustan, to celebrate 13 global women achievers at the 7th GR8 Women Awards. Lindsay Lohan, Alia Bhatt, Vaani Kapoor, Farah Khan, Iulia Vantur made stylish appearances on the red carpet at the The 7th GR8! Women Awards.
Kriti Sanon has secured her place in fashion circuit over time. Kriti who will soon be seen in Raabta has only aced in her career since her debut. Kriti Sanon recently was on the cover on Vogue. She flaunted her bod like she was on a vacation to South Africa. Kriti was styled by Anaita Shroff Adajania and her hair and makeup was done by Bianca Hartkopf.
Feminism is cool isn’t it? And what can be cooler than our leading ladies flaunting it with fashion. Inspite of coming from privileged backgrounds, Bollywood actresses over the years have shied away from taking a stance when it came to feminism. With time, it is wonderful to know that the F word has stopped bothering our actresses. They no more shy away from accepting who they are.