Trendsetter of the Week : Avleen Aanand

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Name : Avleen Aanand

Avleen hails from New Delhi, the capital of India. Born and brought up in a family where being a girl is not a burden but a privilege, she decided to become a filmmaker who believes in a cinema which connects with people and stays forever.

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She did her Bachelors and Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication from reputed universities, where she learned and explored her ideas and made some inscrutable films. Not a believer in a slave job, she works on her own terms. Working as a freelancer, for about five years, she made a mark in her industry leaving behind all the norms that once tried to stop her. Still living in Delhi, Avleen helping herself by working on project basis with like-minded people and keeping her faith alive for everything that’s coming her way.

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My fashion motto?

Define your own statement. Simple yet elegant.

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3 words to describe my sense of style?

Easygoing, comfortable, elegant

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My 5 essential wardrobe elements?

Three loose tshirts, one denim shorts, one pajama.

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My favourite style influencers?

Vidya Balan, Priyanka Chopra

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One thing that most people don’t know about me?

I don’t repeat my clothes

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My favourite party attire?

A nice short dress (green, white)

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The worst trend to ever become popular is?

The dhotti trend

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The first thing I notice about people?

The way they smile

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The best fashion advice I have ever received?

Dress what you like, never to impress

If I could go back to any fashion era in history, the one I would choose is?

The Mughal era

 

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The best dressed at the 62nd Filmfare Awards

The 62nd Reliance Jio Filmfare Awards was an award ceremony that gave a mind blowing start to the year 2017 for the Bollywood Film Industry.

The event was held on 14th January and the celebrities heated up the event with their amazing outfits.

Let’s take a look at the top 5 best dressed Divas on that glamorous night.

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    Alia Bhatt stole the show in Prabal Gurung.

    We Love You Alia…

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    Sunny Leone flaunted her flawless curves in Swapnil Shinde

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    Parineeti Chopra looked adorable in Mark Bumgarner

    She is so cute…

  4. Jacqueline Fernandez

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Jacqueline Fernandez looked very elegant in Ali Younes Couture

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Sonam Kapoor seen dolled up in Elie Saab

 

The leading ladies of the industry have set themselves a high fashion standard already, let’s see how the rest of the year unfolds

 

 

By Sakshi Sundriyal 

Who wore it better?

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With the New Year comes new reasons for us to celebrate the best in the Film Industry. The kings and queens of Bollywood were seen coming together to raise their glasses to celebrate their work at the 62nd Jio Filmfare Awards held on January 14th in Mumbai.

Aamir Khan won the Best Actor Award for his outstanding work in ‘Dangal’ and Alia Bhatt won for her intense role as  Kumari Pinky in ‘Udta Punjab’.

Celebrities looked their utmost best in trailing gowns that sparkled in the spotlight. Jacqueline Fernandes wore a stunning gown from Ali Younes Couture which reminded some of us here at Dressire of a Ziad Nakad gown that Katrina Kaif wore at the Lux Golden Rose Awards held in December, 2016.

Both wore off shoulder sequined gowns, Katrina paired hers with a minimalistic hair and makeup look with soft curls  where as Jacqueline kept her hair left down with a slightly sleek off-centre parting and completed her look with a heavy eyeliner and brown lips.

Jackie’s outfit was fitted which allowed her to flaunt her curves very well with a beautifully embroidered netted sleeve, leaving the other arm bare. Kat’s gown flared out from her waistline with both the netted sleeves embroidered.

Who do you think wore the sequined off shoulder gowns better?

 

By Sakshi Sundriyal