Kiara Advani shares glimpses of ‘night to remember’ Cannes look by designer Prabal Gurung

Mumbai, May 19 (IANS): Actress Kiara Advani looked every inch like a doll in an outfit by New York-based designer Prabal Gurung as she attended the Red Sea Film Foundation's Women in Cinema Gala dinner at Cannes. She shared a sneak peek into what it took to nail the look for the prestigious event.

Kiara took to Instagram on Sunday morning and shared a motley of pictures from her hotel room.

One picture showed Kiara trying out a neckpiece, while her make-up artiste was seen giving the final touches to her look.

Another image showcased her outfit stylists fixing the large pink bow in the back of her dress.

A photo showed her stepping into the elevator, waving goodbye, and flashing her beautiful smile.

Decoding her look, Kiara looked every inch stunning in an off-shoulder pink and black gown with a big pink bow at the back, paired with black lace gloves. She completed her look with her hair tied in a sleek, high bun.

The actress captioned the images: “A night to remember.”

Kiara was honoured alongside names such as Aseel Omran, Adhwa Fahad, Ramata-Toulaye Sy, Sarocha Chankimha, and Salma Abu Deif at the gala.



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