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A high fashion quotient was witnessed at the Vogue Women Of the Year Awards 2018. The award ceremony honoured women achievers and men too from different industries. Celebs came stunningly dressed for the occasion. From Radhika Apte to Kareena Kapoor Khan, the divas surprised us with their dazzling outfits at the event. Let us find out who was the best-dressed for the occasion.
Alia Bhatt was honoured with the Vogue and Lamborghini Youth Icon Of The Year. She came dressed in a semi-sheer black-hued gown by Roberto Cavalli Couture. The actress looked amazing in the sleeveless number that was detailed with subtle embellishments and a thigh-high slit. She teamed her look with black-hued pencil heels and wore a natural makeup. She partly tied her tresses to notch up her look.
Fatima Sana Shaikh
Monisha Jaising seems to have become Fatima Sana Shaikh's favourite designer. The actress again wore a feminine and flirty dress by the designer. She wore a spaghetti dress that featured a structured bodice and a flared and layered skirt. It was an intricately patterned number and with this dress, Fatima gave fashionable parties a refreshing definition. Her makeup was subtle and her curly tresses rounded off her look.
Ileana D' Cruz
Ileana D' Cruz came perfectly dressed for the event in a voluminous and structured gown by Eshaani Jayaswal. It was a full-sleeved ballroom gown with a deep razor-sharp neckline. The skirt of her gown was flared and finely pleated. Ileana's gown came alive with glittering silver floral embellishments. It was a beautiful number and Ileana spruced up her look with a wine red lip shade and side-swept layered tresses.
Gold was the colour of the night for Janhvi Kapoor. The actress donned a full-sleeved gown by Falguni and Shane Peacock. It was a figure-hugging number with a deep side slit. The gown was meticulously embellished and was also updated with a train. Janhvi gave her look a wild child touch with a natural makeup and a lock of messy wavy tresses. Well, we must say she left us speechless.
Kareena Kapoor Khan
Kareena Kapoor Khan had us falling head over heels in love with her, as she stepped up her fashion game with a shimmering gown by Naeem Khan. It was a highly symmetrical and figure-flattering gown that featured a deep-neck and was accentuated by an interplay of embellished maroon and blue architectural patterns. Kareena's makeup was fresh and refreshing, and a ponytail rounded off her look.
Karisma Kapoor sported an impeccable look for the event with a metallic dress by Julien Macdonald. The actress wore a silver-hued number, which came alive with intricately cut embellishments. It was updated with nuanced details and accentuated Karisma's slender frame. She paired her outfit with silver pencil heels. Her makeup was nude with smoky eyes and matte lip shade. The sleek tresses completed her look.
Kiara Advani was red-hot and looked super ravishing in her off-shouldered gown by Nikita Tandon. It was a symmetrical piece with overlapping detail and ruffled accents. The gown was detailed with a deep side slit and she paired her outfit with shiny maroon pumps. Kiara upped her look with sleek danglers and her makeup was nude with smoky eyes and a glossy lip shade. Her side-swept impeccable tresses rounded off her look.
Mouni Roy's fashion has evolved and her latest gown proved the fact. She was one of the best-dressed at the event. The actress wore a Swapnil Shinde gown, which was detailed with razor-sharp neckline and a very deep slit. It was a bold number that was accentuated by shiny silver sequins. Mouni notched up her sexy avatar with smoky eyes and nude lip shade. Her hairdo was experimental and she teamed her outfit with Jimmy Choo bondage sandals.
Nushrat Bharucha wore a sari gown that was highlighted by silver hue and complementing embellishments. It was detailed with a noodle strap and an overlapping quilted kimono sleeves. The gown hugged her slender frame and her makeup was on a dewy side with a wine-red lip shade. Her romantic hairdo rounded off her look.
Preity Zinta looked pretty in her little black dress at the event. She gave her classic one-shouldered dress a contemporary twist with an overlapping bodice and a partly bouffant sleeve. It was a figure-hugging dress with a shiny metallic touch and Preity paired her dress with black pencil heels. She carried a clutch with her and accessorised her look with fab ear clips. Preity's makeup was nude and her sleek tresses completed her look.
Radhika Apte looked racy in her ruffled dress, which was designed by Johanna Ortiz. It was an off-shouldered number that was accentuated by a structured bra-top bodice and ended with dramatic layers. The actress teamed her dress with red-hued pencil heels. Her makeup was marked by heavy winged eyeliner and a pink lip shade. The middle-parted tresses completed her look.
The beautiful Rakulpreet surprised us with an olive gown. Now that was a remarkable choice and Rakulpreet pulled off her attire with utmost grace. She went for a deep-necked number that was enhanced by cape sleeves and a flared skirt. Her makeup was nude with a matte lip shade and the sleek middle-parted tresses rounded off her look.
Rhea Chakraborty brought alive the fairy tale charm with her off-shouldered ballroom dress. She wore a dreamy dress by Marmar Halim that was dipped in the shade of pink and featured a structured bodice and a flared skirt. The skirt was also enhanced by a ruffled net covering. Her makeup was highlighted by smoky eyes and a nude lip shade. The middle-parted wavy tresses rounded off her look.
Well, according to us, Kareena Kapoor Khan looked the best. How about you? Let us know in the comment section.