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Met Gala 2022: Natasha Poonawalla was seen wearing Sabyasachi’s beautiful sari, wreaked havoc in a golden look

Indian designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee designed Natasha Poonawalla’s saree and jewelery for the Met Gala. Whereas the bustier top above the sari has been designed from Schiaparelli. Made from a combination of desi and American, this outfit has brought Natasha to the list of Best Dressed Celebrities of Met Gala Night.

Indian socialite and businesswoman Natasha Poonawalla represented India at the Met Gala 2022. Natasha Poonawalla wore a sari with an Indian accent carrying the Gilded Glamour theme at the Met Gala 2022 held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The pictures of her saree are now spreading like fire all over the social media. Natasha carried Indian jewelery with a Sabyasachi designer saree, which made her combination look quite attractive. Designer Sabyasachi has shared Natasha’s pictures on Instagram. The theme of this year’s Met Gala is In America: An Anthology of Fashion and Dress Code Gilded Glamour. Natasha is seen adopting this dress code very well.

Indian designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee designed Natasha Poonawalla’s saree and jewelery for the Met Gala. Whereas the bustier top above the sari has been designed from Schiaparelli. Made from a combination of desi and American, this outfit has brought Natasha to the list of Best Dressed Celebrities of Met Gala Night. Sabyasachi has also posted pictures of Natasha’s golden look on her Instagram account. According to Sabyasachi, for the Met Gala, Natasha wanted an outfit that would look multi-cultural along with Indian shine. Sabyasachi has designed exactly the same outfit. Fans have also shared these pictures. Natasha’s dress has silk embroidery with golden thread work.

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