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With its never-ending allure, Diwali can be called the next grand occasion to dress up and bedazzle, after the oh-so-lavish Indian weddings. The festival of lights witnesses some over-the-top glamour parties and no one parties better than the B-town celebrities. In a special Diwali round-up, LuxeBook looks back at some of the most fashionable moments enjoyed by the celeb divas and the gentlemen.

Kareena Kapoor Khan

 

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Kareena Kapoor Khan was a vision in blue this Diwali. Keeping it sophisticated, she chose Good Earth for a statement outfit, which included a paanch-phool siyahi print Silk lehenga matched with a plunging silk blouse and a silk odhani (dupatta) embroidered with gota patti.

Trend in focus: The play of contrasting prints- stripes on dots

Anushka Sharma

 

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For a boho-ethnic Diwali look, Anushka Sharma picked a colourful ensemble from Sabyasachi’s newest Winter/Bridal’19 collection Charbagh. The actress wore a three-piece set, which included a floral embroidered blouse, a lehenga with multi-coloured architectural panels and a black tulle dupatta.

Trend in focus: A design-heavy look overall

Tara Sutaria

 

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Shining bright in a custom Manish Malhotra saree, Tara Sutaria cracked the glamorous Diwali look and how. Embedded with silver sequins, the saree was teamed with a deep-cut satin blouse and a statement multi-layered neck piece.

Trend in focus: The magic of silver and sequins on a saree

Kriti Kharbanda

 

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Never a dull moment in red, Kriti Kharbanda looked ravishing in a Sunaina Khera number. The two-piece set included a full-sleeved crop blouse matched with a floor touching lehenga skirt. The Housefull 4 actress completed her look with sleek, open hair and chunky jhumkas.

Trend in focus: Dual-toned palette of red and maroon

Kartik Aaryan 

 

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Dressed in a fit velvet green sherwani and black churidar from Manish Malhotra’s Maahrumshya collection, Kartik Aaryan set the bar high for a dapper Diwali look.

Trend in focus: The eternal charm of velvet in traditional clothing

Siddhant Chaturvedi

 

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Siddhant Chaturvedi kept it poised and classy for the Diwali celebrations by going for a monotone outfit by Kunal Anil Tanna. Top to bottom in maroon, Chaturvedi donned a deconstructed set of a jacket, a kurta and churidar pants.

Trend in focus: A deconstructed look for the new-age men

Ishaan Khatter

 

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Ishaan Khatter redefined classic Indian wear this festive season. Looking stylish in a black on black palette, the young actor wore a hand embroidered black kurta and pyjama from Manish Malhotra’s label.

Trend in focus: gold on black

Karan Johar

 

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Quirky, fun and contemporary, Karan Johar ticked these adjectives off the Diwali dressing list. Johar chose to don a finely tailored ensemble, punctuated with heavy mirrorwork by Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla label.

Trend in focus: The drama of mirrorwork bags all the focus!

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