Cannes Film Festival 2022: Actress Aditi Rao Haidari is among many Indian celebrities including jury members Deepika Padukone, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Hina Khan, Pooja Hegde and Tamanna Bhatia. The star, who arrived in the French Riviera town of Cannes, France, and posted glamorous pictures of her wearing stunning dresses. While the star has not yet walked the red carpet, some of her looks have definitely impressed the fashion police. For her latest photoshoot, Aditi embraced Indian simplicity and tradition by wearing an ivory sari from the shelves of ace-designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
On Saturday (IST), Aditi took to Instagram to post photos of herself in a six-yard ivory from Sabyasachi. This is the second celebrity to wear a sabyasachi for Cannes this year. Before that, Deepika Padukone wore a striped and ornate design by the designer. Aditi dropped several photos of her ivory look on social media and captioned one of the posts, “My Momma is proud. Simplicity and tradition are my favorite.” Scroll forward to check it out. (Also Read: View of Aditi Rao Hydari’s killer ₹The 28k soft pink Lehenga will cripple fans)
Coming to the design details, Aditi’s look for Cannes Day 4 includes a hand-painted ivory organza saree. The six yards are embroidered in intricate patterns on the drape, wide striped edges, cream contrast piping and highly decorated tooth and hem. The actor wore a traditional draping style that allowed the tooth to fall over his shoulder to show off the heavy work.
Aditi paired the ivory saree with a cream-colored blouse, including long sleeves, a plunging V neckline, asymmetrical midriff-bearing hem and texture fittings. He chose the emerald and diamond choker from the Bengal Royal Collection of Sabasachi Jewelery and selected stilettos to match six yards.
In the end, Aditi opted for a mid-range bun, a bold red lip shade, delicate eye shadow, lighter eyes, mascara on the eyelashes, a beautiful black bindi, shiny skin, red cheeks and over-the-fly eyebrows. Glam picks for Cannes look.
Meanwhile, the Cannes Film Festival is back in full swing after two years due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. The festival was held last year with many restrictions.