Red Carpet Inspiration: Celebs at Vogue Beauty Awards 2014


Looks like our celebs were out to impress the fashion police on 22nd July, 2014 – after all they were dressed for the Vogue Beauty Awards. I cannot think of any other fashion magazine that commands as much respect as Vogue does globally. It wouldn’t be a crime to call it a fashion bible. Thank god! We have our own Indian edition too.

You probably know all about Vogue as a magazine. So, let’s not go into that again. Instead take a look at who wore what at this prestigious award night organized by the magazine. All your favourite ladies were there on the red carpet – from Shilpa Shetty and Kajol to Panineeti Chopra and Nimrit Kaur. I am happy to report that there were more hits than misses. But that doesn’t mean everyone nailed it. Take for example Kajol – wonder what she or rather her stylist was thinking. It seems Shilpa had a wardrobe malfunction too, but otherwise she looked presentable.

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Overall, it looks like our celebs had a lot of excellent work done on their red carpet look for the Vogue Beauty Awards 2014. But sadly, some of them didn’t quite make it to the best dressed list. Other impressed with their immaculate style. Let’s find out who scored what:

Parineeti in Dior

When you have a stylist like Anaita Shroff Adjania, you just can’t get it wrong. Parineeti scored high in style quotient with a wide-legged Dior jumpsuit and ruby lips. The “Flawless Face of the Year” award winner was well aware of her good looks and was all smiles while flaunting it for the cameras.

Shilpa in Monisha Jaising

Malfunction or not, Shilpa Shetty looked every bit the diva she is. With that perfect body, Vogue’s own Anaita Shroff could not have gone wrong with a bold black cut-out gown. Forget accessories and hairdo – no one noticed. All eyes on the gown and boy was it a stunner. I would have liked some colour on her lips, but otherwise wow!

Huma in Amit Aggarwal

Huma almost gets a hit at the Vogue Beauty Awards 2014 in an Amit Aggarwal gown. Though it’s not a perfect 10, let’s be happy that she looks good enough for the camera. The dramatic eye make-up is definitely a stunner, while I am not too sure about those strappy sandals.

Kajol in Shehlaa

Kajol was dripping high fashion brands. Though I am not a big fan of that ivory lace pant suit on her, the Jimmy Choo clutch, gold pumps and Amrapali earrings were impressive. The pant suit somehow makes her look large – don’t you think? I think it would have been stunning on someone leaner.

Kangna in Namrata Joshipura

All hail the Queen! Kangana continues her success run on red carpets with a gorgeous sheer pencil skirt and floral bralet ensemble. Love the way she wore that curly locks with a touch of desi glam on her earlobes. Nothing better than the Tom Ford sandals could have floored the look.

Aditi in Monisha Jaising

A black short dress with gold embellishments had Aditi Rao Hydari striking the right red carpet pose at the Vogue Beauty Awards. Love the deep red lips and side-swept hair too. The black pumps complimented her shapely outfit.

Kriti in Dior

The newbie from “Heropanti” fame wore a striped Dior long dress with strappy sandals and sleek hair. Maybe it wasn’t all that glamorous for an award show, but I loved her simple sophistication.

Twinkle in DvF

Yummy mummy Twinkle looked great on her first appearance on the red carpet since the birth of her daughter. She chose a chain link print wrap dress from DvF with some statement jewellery. The dress did flatter her figure, while it was the neckpiece that caught all the attention.

Nimrit in Shehlaa

Something’s not right here, Nimrit Kaur. Better sack that stylist of yours. Love the attempt at a retro look, but what’s with the killjoy gown. I think if it had been cut off at the knees, your ensemble would have been great.

There are quite a few others who scored high and low. Before you go, take a look at their appearance too and let us know which one you liked best.


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