Sonam Kapoor raised temperature at Paris Haute Couture Week

The style diva of Indian fashion industry recently made it large at ongoing Paris Haute Couture Week. Yes, you guessed it right, we are talking about stunning Sonam Kapoor who raised the temperature at the ongoing Paris Haute Couture Week as she walked as the showstopper for Ralph and Russo’s Autumn Winter 2017/2018 couture collection.


The dramatic white gown worn by Sonam Kapoor made her look like a fashion goddess who knows it all right about the world of fashion.

In the fashion world, the trio of Ralph and Russo, Sonam Kapoor and white gowns is a combination made in fashion heaven. After wowing us last year at the Cannes film festival on multiple occasions, the trio have converged yet again on the runway of the ongoing Paris Haute Couture Week. Kapoor was a vision in white as the showstopper for the designers’ bridal collection at the fashion event.

Ralph and Russo’s Autumn Winter 2017/2018 couture collection was showcased in Paris at The Grand Palais on Monday (July 4). The 32-year-old fashionista, who recently launched her own fashion label Rheson along with celebrity stylist sister Rhea Kapoor, impressed onlookers draped in a the jewel encrusted peplum gown, with a dramatic train, a beautiful sheer veil and a regal white headgear to match.


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Well defined eyebrows, a hint of gold on the eyes, long eyelashes and a dot of pink on the lips, with stunning contouring define the minima l make-up of diva who is known for modishness and class.

Enthusiastically her sister Rhea, captioned her Instagram post as, “@sonamkapoor I told you I was there in spirit! @michaelrusso1 @tamararalph ???????????????? How beautiful! #ralphandrusso #couture #parisfashionweek”.

The designers also shared a picture of their showstopper on their official Instagram account with the caption, “The Autumn Winter 2017/2018 bridal gown, modelled by the beautiful Sonam Kapoor. #ralphandrusso #AW17 #couture #SonamKapoor”.

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