Kareena Kapoor Khan and Karisma Kapoor are twinning again and it’s hard to decide who looked better. A party hosted by business tycoon Mukesh Ambani and his wife Nita Ambani for Natalia Vodianova, model and founder of the Naked Heart Foundation, was a star-studded night. And at the gala, the Kapoor sisters stole the show, both slaying in black. However, giving them a stiff competition was sibling duo, Sridevi’s daughters Khushi and Jhanvi Kapoor.
The B-town siblings, who are often seen partying together, have been giving us fashion goals with their classy and chic sartorial choices, and Saturday was no different.
Kareena Kapoor Khan looked like a vision in a charcoal black one-shoulder, tuxedo blazer-inspired dress by designer Ashish N Soni. To add glitz and glam to her sophisticated look, stylist Mohit Rai choose a pair of Louboutin glitter pumps and gorgeous brooch by Farah Khan Ali.
In the past, we have seen how beautifully the Udta Punjab actress carries the subtle and dewy look, so much that she can be deemed as queen of nude make-up. At Ambani’s party too she opted for a nude look. Make-up artist Mickey Contractor did a great job and rounded off her look with smokey eyes and nude lips. With zero accessories, perfect make-up and a shimmery Jimmy Choo clutch, she looked dead drop gorgeous in a body-hugging dress that accentuated her svelte figure.
On the other hand, her elder sister looked elegant in a Saint Laurent one-shoulder monochrome outfit. With a white ruffled-detail on the shoulder, the black fitted dress was paired with matching Christian Louboutin pumps and unusual box clutch from Milly that had with ‘PARTY’ on it.
Her hair was done similar to Kareena, as center-parted tresses were left open. However, with red lips and dainty diamond studs on her ears, it added oomph and the diva look effortlessly beautiful.
But this is not the first time, the duo was seen twinning together. From pastel shade midis to same military green jackets, they have surely shown the world how to sisters can dress similarly without stealing thunder from one another.