Alia Bhatt, Karan Johar Tell Us Why Yellow Should Be Everyone’s Favourite Colour

Neon, undeniably, is resting luxuriously among the trends of the year, 2019. NO ONE will miss you walking by. 

Alia Bhatt, recently, donned a beautiful Sabyasachi Mukherjee creation on the occasion of Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta’s wedding. Beginning to talk about her choice, it is hard to miss what she wore at one of Isha Ambani’s wedding ceremonies, a Sabyasachi creation too.

Highly saturated hues yet, a treat to the eyes. Eye-catching yet unpretentious. Sabyasachi Mukherjee brings out the ebullience of colours on his palette so celestially.

Drab no more, Alia Bhatt has long been braving bright bursts of monotones.

Far away from the muted beige, oh the brave yellow, the acid bright Sabyasachi sherwani! A gasp is an automatic reflex. Almost twinning with Alia Bhatt. Karan Johar is a sartorial risk-taker. And if you could hear him talking at this very moment, here’s how his words would sound – ‘No shit, Sherlock. That is what I am here for’. But some of us still aren’t sure if becoming a risk-taker is fruitful, listen up.

The whole premise of a gender reveal party is “blue is for boys, pink is for girls”, let’s leave gender norms at that party. From the cuts to the colour palette, fashion has no gender. With androgynous styles leading by the nose at red carpets and designer runways, building off a gender-neutral take on fashion colours, too, is prospering confidently. Sabyasachi in latest collection, be it the blazing yellow or cheery alternatives of pink as we have always known it, proves us that colours do not come with a gender, colours come with an attitude!



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