At a beauty awards gala hosted by a leading fashion magazine on Tuesday night, these four Bollywood ladies seemed to have walked straight out of Jane Austen novels

Wear your art on your sleeve

Janhvi Kapoor, Raveena Tandon, Shabana Azmi and Alanna Panday
Sometimes a word summarizes everything you need to know about the current red carpet trend. The sleeves are like this: the biggest fabric, the biggest romanticism and the largest all-round punch. At the beauty awards evening hosted by a leading fashion magazine on Tuesday night, the four Bollywood ladies seemed to go straight out of Jane Austen’s novels.

Classic gets a contemporary twist

Janhvi Kapoor looked regal in a silver-grey feathered cape detailed gown by Ralph and Russo.

Play a dress like Janhvi Kapoor. Instead of lining slips and curls, you can replace the lining slips and curls with a sleek modern cut and smooth side-sweeping curls, and the gorgeous shawl still attached to the hem evokes almost sensual and sensual romance.


Drama in the details

Shabana Azmi at Vogue Awards 2018

Believe that Shabana Azmi can embrace the fearless heritage of folds, as seen by the large rotating edge of a wide-shouldered top. Historically, frills are considered to be unisex, balanced between women and women.

Goth, with a hint of glam

Alanna Panday at Vogue Awards 2018

Wearing fashionable sequins, shiny gothic puff sleeves combined with the power shoulders of the 90s, is the new female lead on the red carpet. For inspiration, look at the modern style of Alanna Panday’s bodice and hem, which evolves into an asymmetrical A shape.