Alia Bhatt turns heads in Faraz Manan ensemble

Actor sported Pakistani designer at friend’s wedding

Entertainment Desk December 22, 2021

A moment of pride as the renowned fashion designer, Faraz Manan, charms Bollywood once again! After the likes of dressing up the industry’s top names, including Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra and Kareena Kapoor Khan, Manan has now added the stunning Alia Bhatt to his list. The actor was spotted this week in an elegant nude pink attire, comprising a silver embellished bralette, trousers and an embroidered, flowy cape.

Complementing the light-coloured outfit, the Highway starlet kept her makeup minimal with nude undertones and let her hair down in loose curls. She accessorised with a pair of gorgeous silver earrings, some silver rings and nude pink heels. She chose the outfit for a close friend’s wedding festivities.

The details of Bhatt’s look was shared by her stylist, Lakshmi Lehr, where she credited the A-list designer, writing “Stunner Alia Bhatt wearing Faraz Manan.”


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Manan also shared a series of pictures of the Student Of The Year starlet looking gorgeous in his design.

The comment section was filled with praise and wishes for Manan, with actor Ayesha Omar congratulating him and others cheering him on. An admirer and old colleague of the designer’s beginning days in the industry left a comment saying, “This young man, whom I know from my days as editor of Libas, is going from strength to strength. And what I like most about him is his lack of arrogance.” Undoubtedly, the designer was flattered by the compliment.


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Manan has become a household name in Bollywood. The fashion maestro is often praised for this eclectic taste in merging western and eastern fashion to create swoon-worthy fusion blends. 

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