After her recent Coachella fashion outing, Natasha Poonawalla made quite the statement at the 2022 Met Gala in a gorgeous sari designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
Sharing pictures on Instagram, Sabyasachi wrote: 'For me the sari is a truly unique and versatile garment that owns its identity even as it transcends boundaries and geographies.
'Back when I was a young fashion student, I often wondered when I would see the sari at big global fashion events like the Met Gala.'
For her appearance, Natasha chose a custom Schiaparelli hand-forged metal bustier and paired it with a custom Sabyasachi couture handcrafted sari.
The gold printed tulle sari was accompanied by a trail embroidered with silk floss thread and embellished with bevel beads, semi-precious stones, crystals, sequins and appliqued printed velvet.
Natasha's accessories were a curation of custom pieces from Sabyasachi Fine Jewellery and limited edition collectibles from the designer's Curiosity Art & Antiquity Project.
Christian Louboutin shoes and glasses by Anna Karin Karlsson provided the final touch.
Artist Dolly Jain draped Natasha's sari and Anaita Shroff Adajania styled her look.
Please click on the images for a good look at Natasha Poonawalla's Met Gala 2022 Sari.
IMAGE: The theme for this year's Met Gala was In America: An Anthology Of Fashion, referencing the glided age of the late 19th century in the US.
While Natasha made the folks at the Met take note of India's awesome attire, the sari, she also chose to wear a gold corset, symbolic of renaissance in fashion.
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IMAGE: The attached train added an element of drama to Natasha's look.
According to fashion stylish Anaita Shroff Adajania, Natasha was the embodiment of gilded glamour.
IMAGE: Everything about Natasha's look was pure extravagance -- from her nails to the exquisite rings on her fingers, from her four-tier statement earrings to the headband made with semi-precious stones.
IMAGE: The gold corset had an attached orbit that lent the outfit a celestial goddess kind of feel.