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Aditi Rao Hydari

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Mint green tulle and silk lehenga with blouse and dupatta
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  • SPECIFICATIONS

    Colour: Mint green
    Aditi Rao Hydari dons a mint green tulle and silk lehenga with artworks comprising of exotic birds and floral motifs that are derived from archival Persian carpets and are interspersed between intricate cutwork panels that are referenced from 18th century French lace fragments. It is paired with an embroidered choli and a sheer tulle dupatta.

  • MATERIAL & CARE

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  • DELIVERY

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  • DISCLAIMER

    This is a handcrafted product containing vintage fabrics, Threads, sequins, zari etc. and may have slight irregularities or imperfections. These irregularities are the result of the human involvement in the process and raw material that adds to the finished products charm while ensuring you have a "one-of-a-kind piece”

    Despite every effort to provide accurate images of each outfit's color and design, actual colors and design may vary slightly due to the screen settings of different devices, the mood and lighting in the shoot location, and other factors.

    Any returns for a product due to customer dissatisfaction with a finish (that is not a fault) will need to comply with the RAH terms and conditions.

  • INSPIRATION STORY

    Lehenga


    Les Cinéphiles pays homage to the Golden Age of Cinema..the 1930s and 40s, when The Talkies took over the collective consciousness all over the globe, when movie stars became icons of cultural change, the toast of society soirees, the new royals of the 20th century. A time when everyone, be it the bourgeois homemaker, the haute société debutante, the young ingénue or the new wave of working class women, aspired to emulate the actors and the characters they saw on the cinema screens. Diaphanous sarees in shades of soft ivory and aqua, vivid green and inky blacks; dripping with paillettes, sequins and crystals are paired with beaded blouses while the lehengas wrought on fragile tulle, showcase a unique cutwork technique using traditional Indian crafts such as zardozi and marodi ka kaam, creating an effect akin to the finest of hand made laces. Les Cinéphiles, is an ode to the glamorous dreams woven by the magic of cinema and the people who brought them to life.
    Lehenga

    Les Cinéphiles pays homage to the Golden Age of Cinema..the 1930s and 40s, when The Talkies took over the collective consciousness all over the globe, when movie stars became icons of cultural change, the toast of society soirees, the new royals of the 20th century. A time when everyone, be it the bourgeois homemaker, the haute société debutante, the young ingénue or the new wave of working class women, aspired to emulate the actors and the characters they saw on the cinema screens. Diaphanous sarees in shades of soft ivory and aqua, vivid green and inky blacks; dripping with paillettes, sequins and crystals are paired with beaded blouses while the lehengas wrought on fragile tulle, showcase a unique cutwork technique using traditional Indian crafts such as zardozi and marodi ka kaam, creating an effect akin to the finest of hand made laces. Les Cinéphiles, is an ode to the glamorous dreams woven by the magic of cinema and the people who brought them to life.

Lehenga


Les Cinéphiles pays homage to the Golden Age of Cinema..the 1930s and 40s, when The Talkies took over the collective consciousness all over the globe, when movie stars became icons of cultural change, the toast of society soirees, the new royals of the 20th century. A time when everyone, be it the bourgeois homemaker, the haute société debutante, the young ingénue or the new wave of working class women, aspired to emulate the actors and the characters they saw on the cinema screens. Diaphanous sarees in shades of soft ivory and aqua, vivid green and inky blacks; dripping with paillettes, sequins and crystals are paired with beaded blouses while the lehengas wrought on fragile tulle, showcase a unique cutwork technique using traditional Indian crafts such as zardozi and marodi ka kaam, creating an effect akin to the finest of hand made laces. Les Cinéphiles, is an ode to the glamorous dreams woven by the magic of cinema and the people who brought them to life.
Lehenga

Les Cinéphiles pays homage to the Golden Age of Cinema..the 1930s and 40s, when The Talkies took over the collective consciousness all over the globe, when movie stars became icons of cultural change, the toast of society soirees, the new royals of the 20th century. A time when everyone, be it the bourgeois homemaker, the haute société debutante, the young ingénue or the new wave of working class women, aspired to emulate the actors and the characters they saw on the cinema screens. Diaphanous sarees in shades of soft ivory and aqua, vivid green and inky blacks; dripping with paillettes, sequins and crystals are paired with beaded blouses while the lehengas wrought on fragile tulle, showcase a unique cutwork technique using traditional Indian crafts such as zardozi and marodi ka kaam, creating an effect akin to the finest of hand made laces. Les Cinéphiles, is an ode to the glamorous dreams woven by the magic of cinema and the people who brought them to life.

Colour: Mint green
Aditi Rao Hydari dons a mint green tulle and silk lehenga with artworks comprising of exotic birds and floral motifs that are derived from archival Persian carpets and are interspersed between intricate cutwork panels that are referenced from 18th century French lace fragments. It is paired with an embroidered choli and a sheer tulle dupatta.

To learn further information about the attire worn by this celebrity, please contact us.

To learn further information about the attire worn by this celebrity, please contact us.

This is a handcrafted product containing vintage fabrics, Threads, sequins, zari etc. and may have slight irregularities or imperfections. These irregularities are the result of the human involvement in the process and raw material that adds to the finished products charm while ensuring you have a "one-of-a-kind piece”

Despite every effort to provide accurate images of each outfit's color and design, actual colors and design may vary slightly due to the screen settings of different devices, the mood and lighting in the shoot location, and other factors.

Any returns for a product due to customer dissatisfaction with a finish (that is not a fault) will need to comply with the RAH terms and conditions.