Ace fashion designer Masaba Gupta slays in her ethnic creations

Updated: Dec 01, 2019, 08:09 | Sherlin Rajan
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    Fashion designer Masaba Gupta started her career in the fashion industry at the age of 19, when she applied to the Lakme Fashion Week with the help of designer Wendell Rodricks. In this photo, she wears a blue lehenga and a pearl and gold choker with her tied behind in a low bun

  • Masaba Gupta

    She is the owner of the diffusion line 'House of Masaba' that caters to women of all ages. Her designs are known to be flamboyant and contemporary and she uses beautiful fabrics in her designs. In this photo, she keeps it simple in her lehenga with a thin choker and stud earrings

  • Masaba Gupta

    Masaba's designs are a combination of traditional Indian sensibilities with a touch of modernity. She says her style can be worn by women of any age, anywhere in the world. In this photo, she poses with a friend wearing a bright pink kurti, light blue with gold printed bottoms, topped with a dupatta and sunglasses

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    Masaba wore a Banarasi saree from her collection for which she collaborated with Ekaya, a luxury handloom brand

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    Masaba wore this bright pink and white lehenga for actress Sonam Kapoor Ahuja's sangeet last year

  • Masaba Gupta

    She is also known for her witty captions on her posts. This one in which she is dressed for her friend's wedding, reads, "Dead woman standing like a HUGE emergency exit sign(sic)." 

  • Masaba Gupta

    The sari she wore in this photo is part of her latest collection, in which she collaborates with fellow designer Rhea Kapoor. She captions, "Turn your back to the idea of vintage checks being associated with masculinity, we’re changing that age-old notion by blending them with soft pastel hues & beautiful pressed florals. And this magical corset blouse with a delicate organza sari. This year, we bring back vintage with our bold & modern silhouettes! (sic)

  • Masaba Gupta

    Masaba wore this black and gold sari at a Diwali party last year and kept it minimal with a choker and a pair of statement stud earrings

  • Masaba Gupta

    She is also known for her mix-and-match style. Here she is seen teaming up a black tee with a printed sari from her collection

  • Masaba Gupta

    She considers sarees as 'six-yards of elegance'. Here, she is seen posing with her mother Neena Gupta in her creations

  • Masaba Gupta

    In 2018, Masaba launched a hijab-saree line targeting Muslim women who want to wear Indian high fashion. She says "My job as a designer is done when my clothes inspire freedom in Muslim women to adopt fashion the way they desire."

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    Masaba says that women have a raw deal when it comes to body image. She once said, "As women, we should shut the voices in our heads. There is too much scrutiny going on in front of the mirror."

  • Masaba Gupta

    Wearing one of her favourite sarees, she says in the caption, "Throwback to this lovely mint ombré saree which is one of my favourites from all the sarees I’ve ever designed. Pink is obviously never leaving."

  • Masaba Gupta

    In her career, Masaba has dressed the likes of Alia Bhatt, Sara Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Amrita Arora Ladak, Ranveer Singh, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Kajol, Disha Patani, Katrina Kaif, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Shamita Shetty, Priyanka Chopra, Rani Mukherjee, Swara Bhasker and many others

  • Masaba Gupta

    In this photo, she is seen wearing a pink patchwork lehenga with fray embellished blouse. Her caption reads, "Feeling like a Fruit platter(sic)."

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About The Gallery

Fashion designer Masaba Gupta is one of the most renowned fashion designers of today. She has dressed many leading celebrities in the film and fashion industry and is known to play with bright hues and unusual motifs in her creations. Here's how she slays in her own ethnic creations. (All pictures/Instagram)

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