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9 Apr

Gigi Hadid Shines in Kama Sutra-inspired Dress at NMACC

Gigi Hadid made a blinding arrival on the NMACC Gala in Mumbai on Saturday, embracing Indian glamour in a gold hand-embroidered dress.

Gigi Hadid on the NMACC Gala.

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Joining other stars in celebrating the gala, Hadid wore a South Indian temple jewelry cropped-sleeve jacket shirt, a slim skirt and a chikankari sari drape. The custom Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla ensemble featured daring tassels, crystals, sequins and gold zardozi borders. Based on the brand’s Instagram, the outfit was inspired by the Kama Sutra.

The sari was made within the Lucknow region of India and took a 12 months to make. For the occasion, Hadid collaborated with stylist Elizabeth Sulcer.

Gigi Hadid on the NMACC Gala.

Varinder Chawla / MEGA

That is Hadid’s latest standout look. For the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in March, she wore a red vector pleats gown designed by Zac Posen, which featured a rather off-the-shoulder design. That very same month, the model also opened the Versace fall 2023 ready-to-wear show in an officewear-inspired outfit.

Hadid is the founder and inventive director of Guest in Residence, a cashmere brand that provides polos, cardigans and sweaters. She is hosting the newest season of Netflix’s “Next in Fashion” alongside Tan France and was previously a bunch on “Project Runway.” While promoting “Next in Fashion,” Hadid attended “Good Morning America” in February wearing a two-piece gray wool set by Valentino adorned with bows.

Gigi Hadid

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The NMACC launch incorporated three expertly curated shows and exhibits within the space of performance, costume and visual arts from Friday to Sunday. Unveiled in Mumbai, the venue opening celebrated India’s wealthy cultural heritage, aiming to make art from across the globe accessible to all. Zendaya, Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, Tom Holland and Law Roach were amongst the celebs who attended.

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