Here is the video link of Antonio Banderas dancing with Mallika Sherawat at Cannes. The dance looks quiet harmless to me until Mallika who started off doing a typical Bollywood ‘Cabaret’ number turned around and pushed her butt close to Banderas‘ crotch for a raunchy Bum Grind. Poor guy…he didn’t make the first move…
Here is the link: http://youtu.be/MgTkjOaBJRc
The latest outing of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in London at the opening of Bvlgari Hotel and Residences did not attract scathing criticism from Fashion Police on her baby weight. The credit I feel should go to designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee who has mastered the art of covering and concealing ‘muffins and donuts’ with the super voluptuous Vidya Balan. The black and white number of Sabyasachi that Aishwarya wore to the Bvlgari event had kalidar construction that is ideal to conceal weight. The popularity of ‘Anarkali’ kurtas in recent times proves how paneled (kalidar) Kurtas conceal the flabs yet giving a smart and tailored look. No doubt the style is hit and omnipresent.
The dhoti-sari with a chikan-kari full-sleeve top that Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla designed for Aishwarya during her Cannes visit was an absolute disaster. Firstly the dhoti-style sari itself wasn’t flattering on Aish and the sheer top showed her tummy that would had been better concealed…in a sari draped in a regular style. By-the-way shouldn’t Aishwarya give-up the full-sleeved look???
Kudos to Sabyasachi; Thumbs Down to Abu-Sandeep for creations for Aishwarya Rai Bachchan!
As part of the auction at this year’s amfAR Gala in Cannes, Gwen Stefani put her evening’s attire — a lacy black dress that she’d also worn earlier in the day for a L’Oreal photo shoot — up for auction, raising over $125,000. The gown was billed as “a creation of her own, by L.A.M.B.,” but Michael Angel’s studio is now saying that he custom-designed the dress for Gwen, complete with lacework from his fall 2010 collection.
A representative explained on the phone that Angel has worked with both Gwen and L’Oreal before, but was wrongfully credited as just a stylist while Gwen took the credit for the design, stating: “In choosing [a dress for amfAR], we just said, ‘Let’s make one,’ which is a whole other job in itself.” Well yes, a whole other job indeed. For somebody else, perhaps.