Who was your Best Dressed at Vogue Women of the Year Awards

Updated on Oct 29, 2018   |  07:18 PM IST  |  567.2K

Vogue Women of the Year Awards were held in Mumbai, last night.

Kareena Kapoor Khan was one of the many celebrities who attended Vogue of the Women Awards, which were held in Mumbai earlier tonight. She brought her chic fashion game to the red carpet in a heavily beaded gown from Naeem Khan's Fall 2018 collection. When a gown is as embellished as this one, it's always good to keep the styling simple. Bebo styled her plunging neckline gown with clean make up, no jewellery and hair worn in a messy half knot.There's no denying she worked that gown, but I wish the hem just dusted the floor and not laid flat on the ground.

The Vogue Women of the Year Awards are being held in Mumbai tonight and the stunning Karisma Kapoor was in attendance. She glammed up in a sequined, metallic dress by Julien Macdonald from his Fall 2016 collection. The fitted dress had cut outs on the neck and bust, which added a hint of sexy to the look. When it comes to sexy yet sophisticated, this dress was the perfect pick for her and we like that she didn't opt for her go to 'Black/White' looks. Hair brushed back, matching sandals and burgundy smokey eyes rounded her look out to perfection.We love!

Alia Bhatt was also in attendance at the Vogue Women of the Year Awards in Mumbai earlier tonight. She looked lovely in a sexy, sheer, embellished gown by Roberto Cavalli couture. The fitted gown had a thigh high slit and was styled with black sandals and hair worn half up and half down. It's a stunning gown and I think she wore it well. But I wish she had done something better with her hair.

Jacqueline Fernandez was one of the many celebrities who attended the Vogue Women of the Year Awards, which were held in Mumbai last night. She walked the red carpet wearing a nude, fringe embellished gown by Yousef Al Jasmi. The long sleeve gown fit her like a glove and she styled her look with a red pout and simple hair. As much as I want to like this look, I can't help but look at it as a stage performance outfit, probably one inspired by Beyonce. Also, keeping her hair this simple did a great disservice to the whole look. The look as is gets a Nay from us.

The gorgeous Janhvi Kapoor was also in attendance at the Vogue Women of the Year Awards last night in Mumbai. She wore a beaded coffee brown gown by Falguni and Shane Peacock, which had waist cut outs and a thigh high slit. The gown was styled with strappy sandals, a glossy lip and hair worn in unkempt soft curls. I love the color on her and the hair and make up was on point, but I just don't like the gown on her. She's such a fun, young girl and the gown does absolutely nothing for her body.


Preity Zinta walked the ramp last night after a long time, wearing a black, sequinned off shoulder dress from Caroline Bibawi.

Natasha Poonawalla was also in attendance wearing a voluminous, ruffle detail dress from Alexander McQueen Fall 2018 dress. Hair tied up in a sleek bun and a pair of black and gold sandals rounded her look out.

Fatima Sana Shaikh looked glamorous while on Vogue Women of the Year Awards red carpet wearing a powder blue and gold embroidered corset dress by Monisha Jaising.

Ileana Dcruz walked the red carpet in a custom made black, lace dress featuring floral appliqué by Eshani Jayaswal. Soft curls and a red lip added finishing touches to her look.


Radhika Apte turned up her glam quotient at the the awards last night in a red Johanna Ortiz ruffle hem dress that she styled with oversized dangling earrings.

Got a favourite look from last night? Let us know via comments section below.

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