Actress Huma Qureshi is going to be the part of Grey Goose Celebration of iconic moments in Film at Cannes Film Festival and she says she is proud to be part of the festival.
"I'm very proud to be part of the celebration of cinema at a global platform like the Cannes Film Festival 2018. Grey Goose is a brand that represents both excellence and the desire for perfection. It gives me great pleasure to accompany Grey Goose as it toasts the iconic films of this year"" the actress said in a statement.
Of late, Huma Qureshi has been seen experimenting with her outfits quite often. Right from pulling off an edgy gown effortlessly to looking like a Barbie Doll in a bright pink pantsuit, Huma Qureshi’s style statements have been truly noteworthy! She is truly theatres gift to cinema and a designer's dream on the red carpet.
Here are three predictions for her outfits for Cannes 2018:
* A princessy gown or a flowy gown is a long flowing women's dress usually worn to a formal affair. It ranges from tea and ballerina to full-length. Since Cannes is about celebration, this gown is perfect for the ocassion and the corsetty bodice is a great variant to the attire. Best designers for this are Erdem, Givency, Armani and Oscar De La Renta.
* A classic style! A reminiscent of the Jean Harlow and Audrey Hepburn era! The curve-hugging, flowy gowns in liquid satin epitomized the style of the 1930s. This slinky, body conscious silhouette is sure to make you the star at these fancy soirees. The monotones are best worn in this type of style. Very, Old-world glam! Best designers for this are Valentino, Versace and Roland Mouret.
* Indo-Western, fusiony sarees! Fusion outfits are super-fun (unless it has the dreaded word 'nuclear' attached to it). And, when it's about combining different, disparate dress elements, it's even more awesome. Amazing it is, a designer's dream, to mix and match Indian and Western design sensibilities! This saree is just that - with a triad of unique colors. Best Designers for this style are Satya Paul, Manish Malhotra and Sabyasachi!