So you’ve always wanted to score A-list invites for all the best fashion parties in town (like the Blender’s Pride Fashion Tour above). But somehow, your sister’s best-friend’s third-cousin from Dombivli ALWAYS manages to get a much coveted pass – and that too in the front row – which leaves you green with envy? No sweat! Follow these simple tips by Ranjit Rodricks and you’re guaranteed to have the best of the best vying for your attention at the next fashion extravaganza and if you play it right, you may just get to walk the ramp as well!
If you don’t dress up, you wont fit in. Always wear a show-stopping, red-carpet-worthy outfit when you set out for a fashion party. The more “Hollywood” it looks, the better. This gown by Gavin Miguel would be ideal.
The bigger the piece is, the better. Actress Kalki Koechlin’s rings are a super example. Also, check out Queenie Singh’s brooch below. She designed it herself.
And nothing could attract attention more than these fabulous embroidered pants by Hyderabad-based designer, Anand Kabra, which he showed at the Blender’s Pride Fashion Tour (BPFT) in Mumbai.
Men look boring and staid in stripes, checks and self-colours. A little brightness and some fab prints work wonders. You can always balance of the look with darker hued trousers or jeans.
In the picture below, singer Manasi Scott wears a lovely shade of nail-polish which perfectly match her Lanvin dress.
For instance, even though he’s not a Page 3 regular, we saw Arun Nayyar’s younger brother, Nicky, partying with his pals at the BPFT party in Mumbai.
It gives the press something to gossip about and ensures your lovey-dovey pix will make it to Page 3. Here, Laila Khan (Fardeen’s sister) can’t keep her hand’s off her husband, Farhan Furniturewalla. They are sitting in the front row of Ramona Narang’s show for the BPFT in Mumbai.
Forget the family car which use use to go grocery shopping. Hire a high-end limousine for the night and when you alight from your car onto the red-carpet, you’re bound to be noticed immediately.
Once you have this entire act in place, you’re guaranteed to be considered a Page 3 Fashionista and have the crème de la crème of society vying to be seen in your presence. See you in the Front Row…
By Ranjit Rodricks for MissMalini