Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Their Style Icon: Ash!

While everybody is talking about how Rani wore an attire so similar to Ash, we are more interested in Rakshanda imitating Aishwarya's style! This isn't the first time that she has done it either!











Rani Mukherjee @ Sabyasachi Show


Aishwarya @ Longines Launch

















Rakshanda @ Lakme Fashion Week


Aishwarya @ Ambani Harmony




Edit: Updated Rakshanda Pic

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8 comments:

mansi said...

A decent belt and pair of non-ugly boots would have made a world of difference to Ash's first outfit..but thats expecting too much from her I guess!

Anonymous said...

the boots look so ORDINARY..should not even mention it. The black and white outfit came out last year in March - I got one from Debenhams, so what is the big deal?

Sudha said...

i don't think Rani is consciously copying Ash...

Anonymous said...

Sometimes these "who copied who" stories are really lame. Black & white floral dresses were all the rage, I highly doubt that Rakshanda thought, 'Oh wow a black and white dress similar to the one Ash wore, I must have it because I want to look like her'

Nor do I think that jeans-tucked-in-boots are a trend particular to Aishwarya (definitely a world-wide phenomenon) so I don't think Rani dressed with Ash in mind that night.

Come on, bring on some REAL fashion debate, or inspired looks, 'style commentary' on something interesting.

sherry said...

firstly, what aishwarya and rani are wearing are two very different looks. secondly, there is nothing to copy. a shirt, jeans and a pair of boots are a basic combination. the same with a white and black printed dress. so i see no harm done here.

neelam08 said...

for an icon as big as Aishwarya, i would expect nicer boots...the heels on it are super tacky

Anonymous said...

Looks like im the only one here who thinks Ash doesn't look bad in the first pic. Well yeah, she could do with better boots, but she still looks great.

Anonymous said...

ash looks super hot.. and rani.. worst as ever in western wear