Can you afford Isha Ambani’s lilac gown by Prabal Gurung from MET Gala 2019?

Isha Ambani who walked the MET Gala carpet for the second time this year turned heads with a breath-taking look in a beautiful soft lilac creation by Prabal Gurung. The designer also styled Deepika Padukone’s look for last year’s Met Gala.

Isha’s haute couture gown with a long train complimented this year’s Met Gala 2019 theme ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’. The princess look was completed with diamond neck piece and drop earrings. Gurung’s couture garments alone costs about $37,995 I.e. Rs. 26,58,320.

She wore the dress with a plunging neckline, featuring feather all over the skirt and embellishments on torso of the gown.

Prabal Gurung debuted his ‘Atelier Prabal Gurung’, a made-to-measure collection last year at MET Gala which was worn by Deepika. Gurung this year shared a photograph of Isha’s gown hours before the Gala and captioned it as “A lilac love story for a cherished muse. Guess who wants to capture the carpet in this number?”


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The man and the muse. ATELIER PRABAL GURUNG. A collaboration among friends, we worked with the graceful and joyous Isha Ambani on her Atelier creation for months. With three fittings in Mumbai and a final Atelier appointment in New York, we enveloped her dress with over 350 hours of laborious love to bring our shared vision to life. The beautiful Isha Ambani (@_iiishmagish) wears the Atelier Prabal Gurung pale violet tulle v-neck ballgown with hand embroidered crystal and ostrich feather, sunburst pleating inserts and sculptural shoulder flourette to the 2019 Met Gala celebrating “Camp: Notes on Fashion.” Styled with @priyankarkapadia #pgworld #pgmuse #beautywithsubstance #StrongerInColour #modernglamour #metgala #metcamp

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