Priyanka Chopra is an actress, producer, philanthropist, singer and former Miss World. And, as has become evident in recent seasons, she is also a style icon.
In honor of her birthday, we take a look at how the 38-year-old’s aesthetic has evolved over the past few years, transforming the star from girl next door to fashion queen, both on and off the red carpet.
She’s done so by — in equal measure — wearing international brands and championing Indian designers and classic Indian dress. Chopra even caused a spike in online searches for the terms “golden saree” and “red lehenga” when she wore them to her wedding to pop singer Nick Jonas in December 2018.
Red carpet queen
Chopra’s style is bold, polished and glamorous. Nowhere is that more evident than on the red carpet.
Chopra has been earning acting accolades since making her Bollywood debut in 2003. She has since become a Hollywood regular after starring as an FBI agent in ABC’s “Quantico” from 2015 to 2018.
In the US, Chopra started gravitating towards more relaxed fits and international designers, embracing retro jumpsuits and edgier leather looks. But it wasn’t until 2016, that her fashion credentials crystallized.
That year saw the star wearing one flawless outfit after the other — a glam embellished white strapless gown by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad at her maiden Oscars ceremony; a cerulean Atelier Versace stunner at the Billboard Music Awards; and a sharp white suit by ST.studio by Olcay Gulsen at the Time 100 Gala.
Chopra has also repeatedly shown she’s unafraid of taking risks.For her Met Gala debut in 2017, Chopra wore custom-made Ralph Lauren trench coat with a dramatic collar and sweeping train. She followed it up in 2018 with an intricate beaded headdress.
Then, last year, she matched a feathery silver-and-pastel gown by Dior, with frizzled hair, silver-frosted brows and raspberry eyeshadow.
At the Golden Globes in 2017, she wore a body-hugging gold dress by Ralph Lauren. “It’s my first time at the Golden Globes, so I wanted to be the golden globe,” she told Vogue’s US edition. For her first Cannes Film Festival last year, she wore a dreamy white tulle Georges Hobeika tiered gown, which was actually a wedding dress.
“She is like an artist; you can see she has fun with it and doesn’t like to get lost in a crowd,” Chopra’s US stylist, Cristian Ehrlich, told Vogue India of her style. “She likes to use her voice and fashion to express her different moods.”
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