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Deepika Padukone becomes the Fashion Icon of 2014

This leggy lass owned the year 2014, pretty much the way she did it in 2013. With her movie, Happy New Year, becoming the fourth highest grossing Bollywood movie ever, and having been one of the most searched celebrities of 2014, the actress ruled the charts and hearts alike. Add to it her every increasing dominance in the world of advertising and winning over the title of ‘World’s Sexiest Woman’, she also experimented the most with her looks and fashion outings. Undoubtedly, the lady is the most celebrated fashion diva of 2014.

Playing a superstar in your debut movie can be a daunting task and becomes even more challenging when the character is loosely inspired on the original dream girl Hema Malini. But she performed it with poise and elegance. She brought the retro look back in the news with her detailed eye make-up with thick eyeliner.

She can boast to have the industry’s best legs and displays them beautifully. In her umpteen appearances whether in her movies like Karthik Calling Karthik, Housefull, Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani, Break Ke Baad, Love Aaj Kal or the famous Nescafe ad; she looked comfortable sporting those denim shorts.

Deepika’s transformation as an actor and her style statement. She brought the 60’s flare pants back to life. The floral print palazzo worn by her became the talk of town.

Her doe eyes peeping through those glasses were like a breath of fresh air. She completely epitomized the combination of beauty and brains with her timid, shy and intelligent act. The glasses became a rage with the ladies.

Deepika Padukone simply wooed us with her recent appearances. She does not shy back from experimenting with her looks be it chopping her long locks for her role in Karthik Calling Karthik or sporting a cut-out gothic floor length gown for the Filmfare Awards in 2013; she simply rocked.

Deepika in her first appearance at Cannes red carpet opted for a traditional saree by Rohit Bal. She made wearing the six-yard drape a very fashionable thing.



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