10 Looks Fresh Off The IPPA Red Carpet That We Absolutely Love!

While the night graced us with some amazing performances and wins, we just had to talk about the looks presented to us at the IPPA red carpet! The stars shined magnificently in the spotlight and made some flawless ensemble choices. Today we’re going to tell you 10 of our favourite looks and explain why they made the cut!

Humaima Malick Looked Like A Real-Life Disney Princess!

Humaima looked like a dream and embodied everything we imagine a real-life Disney Princess to be. She surely knows how to turn heads in the best way possible! The actress opted for a sage-green tulle dress by Sanafsha Official. The frilly, poofy skirt must’ve been a hassle to carry but we’re glad Humaima made this choice! The dress was really the focal point and her makeup was kept to a minimum, sans jewellery.

Ali Rehman Khan Served Major Looks

One word: ‘Wow!’ Ali Rehman came in looking dapper and cool in his grey pinstripe suit from Republic by Omar Farooq. The turtleneck was definitely a good choice, considering the chilly weather and made us swoon in unision!

Meera Jee Gave Us Major Cottagecore Vibes

Meera’s pastel blue, halter neck and backless dress was EVERYTHING! Plus, the low set bun with loose wisps of hair framing her face gave us major cottagecore vibes. And how can we forget that pop of colour with the mint eyeshadow, perfection! made us swoon in unision!

Aiman Khan Was A Vision In Husnain Rehar

A black saari? Look again! Designer Husnain Rehar paired this choli with a layered sharara and draped a dupatta around it, giving the illusion of a saari. He sure knows how to spice things up and make them more interesting! Aiman’s makeup and hair-do were kept classic and simple and she looked like a vision in full regalia. She never disappoints!

Mansha Pasha Went ‘Metallic’

Mansha chose a metallic gown by Ayes Moda Couture. The silk drape and the side slit did their part in elevating the look. However, the sequins and embellishment on the bodice were the cherries on top and added depth and texture to the entire outfit! The Turkish makeup artist Ahmet Aydeniz, did a fantastic job with the smokey dramatic classic eyeliner, and made Mansha look beguiling without pulling away too much attention from the attire!

Farhan Saeed Was Definitely Inspired By The Men In Black!

I might be biased, but a black suit seals the deal for me! Farhan looked impeccable in this Deepak & Fahad suit and owned the IPPA red carpet. What do you think? A head turner for sure!

Zara Noor Abbas Looked Effortlessly Elegant

The beach waves, side parting, the coat and just the whole ensemble was on point! Matching the event and the winters of Istanbul, our girl knew how to get it done! Subtle smoky eyes, nude lipstick and that popping highlight enhanced Zara’s features in the best way possible and made her look effortlessly elegant.

Osman Khalid Butt Brought Back Old Hollywood Mystique!

Obi is a man of many talents – from acting and dancing to throwing on the best looks, he does it all immaculately. Mohtaram Co. and Obi understood the assignment to the fullest at IPPA. His white tuxedo reminded us of old school Hollywood allure and made us wonder, “is this a shoot for Vanity Fair or an Oscars afterparty?’

Amar Khan Channelled Her Inner Hollywood Glamour

The gorgeous Amar Khan opted for a dress by the Turkish designer, Oleg Cassini. The full-length dress and natural makeup gave her a subtle yet festive glow and really made her stand out among the rest.

Hania Aamir Made A Statement!

Hania Aamir donned an outfit strikingly different from her previous looks. She wore a Sana Safinaz original at the IPPA and the body-hugging dress in hues of nude, red and maroon fit her like a second skin and looked very chic and elegant. This was a look only Hania could pull off so flawlessly. You go, girl! These were our top picks from the IPPA. Did these looks outshine the ones at the LSA? Also, PISA is tomorrow and we’re super excited! See you then!.

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