Isha Ambani Stuns in First-Ever Schiaparelli Sari at Anant-Radhika Sangeet

The Ambani family has set major fashion goals with their fabulous choices of haute couture since the commencement of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s wedding celebrations. From the flamboyant ambience to regal costumes, the series of events connected with the wedding was marked by grandeur. One standout moment was when Isha Ambani Piramal garnered attention for the ‘special’ sari she wore to the sangeet ceremony.

Even though Isha donned three custom-made designer outfits for the event, it was the breathtaking sari in electric blue and silver hues that won everyone’s hearts. Isha wore a customized sari from the famous Italian luxury label Schiaparelli, designed by its creative director Daniel Roseberry. Interestingly, this was the first time the ace couturier designed a sari. Isha paired the single-shade sari with a contrasting silver structured blouse adorned with crystals and shiny sequins, adding glamour to the outfit. Celebrity stylist Anaita Shroff styled Isha in this enchanting couture piece. For accessories, Isha wore a double-layered diamond necklace, matching stud earrings, and a square-shaped diamond maang tikka, keeping her makeup simple to accentuate her outfit.

The pictures of Isha wearing the customized Schiaparelli sari went viral on social media. Netizens commented that Isha looked resplendent and like a royal princess in the electric blue sari. Many said it wouldn’t be a surprise if Isha drew more attention than the bride herself with her excellent sartorial choices. Besides the Schiaparelli sari, Isha also wore custom-made lehengas designed by Falguni and Shane Peacock and Manish Malhotra for the sangeet. While Isha’s sari was the first designed by Daniel Roseberry, it wasn’t the first sari from the house of Schiaparelli. The founder, Elsa Schiaparelli, had designed saris in 1935 inspired by the saris worn by Maharani Sita Devi of Kapurthala.

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