Underpinned with a rich heritage of jewellery, Indian celebrities have showcased some iconic styles in the world of bling. From taking forward the old charm of traditional ornaments to adorning new creations, Indian celebrities have been observed taking a brave step in making style statements.

The new bunch of stylists exhibit their skills in creating unusual ensembles for the celebrities. Instead of opting for the traditional method of pairing an Indian garb with ethnic jewellery, we get to see an array of contemporary accessorising options. With a keen eye for appreciating such successful creators and leaders of fashion, we list some Indian fashion icons who have created their trademark styles.

Kareena Kapoor Khan


The Queen of Bollywood or as she is fondly known, the Begum, Kareena Kapoor Khan carries off royal chic. Her ensembles grace and feminine elements in coherence with her personality. Every sight of her fashionable appearance is a strong reflection of her unique style quotient.

Kirron Kher


Best known for her traditional ensembles, actress and politician Kirron Kher has an inimitable style. Upholding the heritage, she is usually spotted in elegant ethnic ornaments. The veteran actress showcases her confident style by teaming chunky gold and silver jewellery with traditional woven saris.

Vidya Balan


Vidya Balan is one of the new age actresses carrying ethnic ensembles with aplomb. In the world of contemporary fashion, actress opts for the old world charm to create her style quotient. Accessorising traditional saris with striking gold ornaments, the actress is known for taking the ethnic charm a notch higher.

Shabana Azmi

Shabana Azmi

The evergreen actress and social activist Shabana Azmi is associated with a classic style. Going against the usual allure of ephemeral fashion, the actress has been observed successfully sporting her signature look. Pairing earthy shades and textured garments with ethnic silver and gold jewellery, the veteran actress carries an unparalleled style.

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