#StyleDiaries: Day four: Neha Dhupia for Kingfisher Supermodel Hunt


Kingfisher Supermodel Hunt Day four

Go away. I’m not ready for you, Sunday.


Said no one ever, except those who worked through the weekend.

This is how I was feeling.


But the day had other plans.

Boob tube Barbarella

As you can see, day four was an activity-based one for Neha.


So I was faced with that question that has haunted women, and some men, for generations.

How do I keep a strapless anything in place for more than five seconds? Then I asked myself another question that (if we admit it) we all ask ourselves at least once a day:

What would Beyoncé do?


Two words for you, she said to me. (And you should be familiar with them by now, she added.) Good tailoring. That, and lots of fashion tape. Lots.


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Styling tip: A woman’s shoulders always look amazing: biological fact. And collarbones look sexy: Cosmo said. While keeping things classic with an all-black outfit, throw in a fun detail like polka dots or experiment with different texture fabrics of same colour.

While keeping the neck and ears bare brings attention to those collarbones (remember, cosmo fact), ramp up your ring game, throw an arm party even.

Make up tip: orange lips. I mean really orange; you just ate a 1000 orange bars orange. In that respect, M.A.C Lady Danger: we love you. 

Neha’s clothes are from Zara, and the wristband is Emilio Pucci. The ring is another Curio Cottage find.

Evening look


Having had a thorough workout during the day, I styled Neha in something light and airy that she could move in easily. I’m obsessed with all things monochrome. And if it drapes like a dream (like this dress does,) the wearer feels like they’re walking on clouds.


Styling tip: A wrap will always look chic. And warm earthy colours look beautiful on brown skin.

Makeup tip: Keep it simple on the lips and cheeks, but add sultry glam with super smokey smudgy eyes.

Neha’s wearing a Shivan and Naresh creations, and her accessories are from Mrinalini Chandra.

All looks are styled by Chief pyjama aka Sohaya Misra aka Chola the Bhola. Makeup is done by Angeline Joseph.

See Cho styling Neha Dhupia for Kingfisher Supermodels 3 with daily updates on the blog.

Written by

Creative Director, Pyjama People

She got her start working on Manisha Koirala’s costumes for the 1999 movie Mann and hasn’t looked back since! A veteran of the business, Cho’s styled films like Calcutta Express, to numerous national and international advertisements. She’s also a personal stylist to stars like Neha Dhupia and has two clothing brands — Bachcha Party for kids, and Chola(!!) After her debut collection The Pyjama Tribe Sohaya was named the Grazia's Young Designer of the year 2016.

Twitter @chola_is_me / Instagram: @sohaya

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