Conquering the domain of acting after fashion, ace designer Masaba Gupta tops every fashionista’s list. The designer turned actress shared screen space with her actress mother, Neena Gupta to bring us the fictionalized real version of their personal lives with Masaba Masaba. This six-episode Netflix series is packed with oodles of drama, humour, life issues served with dollops of sarcasm, sassy voice-overs, eye rolls, and of course- fashion!
Without wasting a single minute one can see designer’s statement bold prints in the backdrop of the title and that’s when we know we are in for a sartorial ride.
Giving us a snippet of the fashion world through the eyes of Masaba, we are taken on a magical journey with its highs-and-lows. The story might be a fusion of reality and fiction, but the fashion isn’t!
In case you were wondering how do the Gupta ladies look at a given ordinary day, hop onto this mini sartorial roller coaster as we present to you a mini fashion breakdown of this #HotMess from her very own series. Stylist Eka Lakhani has curated the looks for the show.
THE SARTORIAL STORY: MASABA GUPTA
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Being the showrunner of her famous label, The House of Masaba, Gupta shows up to work in her casually chic attires that includes oversized shirts and breezy AK-OK kaftans.
But hey, when someone says partay enter Masaba- the glam grenade! Sultry satin gowns with plunging necklines or sheer billowy tops with pearl bralette, she makes every outfit look regular, spiced with generous serves of chunky accessories, her glorious curls and not taking much effort to hide her acne scars! Be real and keep it HOT!
Neena ji brings the house down with her backless blouses, floral sarees and popping accessories.
Age is just a number, no?
Portraying Gupta's on-screen husband Vinay, Satyadeep cut out a suave picture in formal business suits and crisp kurtas.
Essaying the role of a key investor of Dhairya Rana in Gupta's firm, Neil's character oozed underline hotness in tailored suits, sleek ties and geek glasses. Oh, but we would love to see him in leather jacket stint again (not just dinner dates) *wink*
Superstar's wife turned therapist, Pooja had her issues of her own but her style statement didn't. Fuaxy printed gowns and kaftans, chunky jewellery, loud makeup and voluminous hairdo, she aces the game like pro.
Jogi, a happy-go-lucky guy who hates pretence and fake decorations, had a major influence in Smaran's style statement. Loud prints, vibrant stripes and florals, delectable tattos teamed with causal flip flops and moppy hair did all the talking.
Portraying Gupta's BFF Gia in the webseries, Rytasha make for a casually chic girl in fancy oversized shirts and popping accessories and much ease with occasional bling!
Dainty diamonds to pearls and silver neckpieces to golden hoops, Gupta brought oodles of glamour in every single frame with her leveled-up accessories game!
Also, is it just us who digged that ‘Masaba’ ring? If you did too, welcome to the group!
Those who are well versed with the showbiz and fashion world will notice some noteworthy cameos from both the film and fashion fraternity. Stylist Tanya Ghavri made for a blink-and-miss shot in the first few minutes of episode 1…
While Kiara Advani’s self-obsessed version of herself tickled our funny bones. And for sure the delectable Masaba leg show number!
Farah Khan in a spectacled, bossy verison of herself seems like a spectacular treat for our eyes.
Even though we couldn’t relate to Shibani Dandekar’s artsy references, her sound style statement made a strong case.
Blurring the lines between reel and real, this one is a highly recommend homegrown series binge, keeping your inner fashionista satiated. Can’t wait for its season 2 already!
(Source- Instagram, Netflix India)