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    Evolution of Bollywood Fashion

    Bollywood fashion has shifted from tradition to a fusion of Indian and western styles, mirroring changing preferences. As decades pass, fueled by innovation, it adapts to stay current in the fashion world.

    The evolution of Bollywood Fashion has been propelled by societal changes and global influences, shaping its current diverse aesthetic.

    Golden Era (1950s-1970s)

    Traditional Indian attire like sarees and lehengas dominated the screen, reflecting the cultural ethos of the time.

    Actresses like Madhubala, Nargis, and Meena Kumari pioneered the trend with their elegant and timeless looks, setting the stage for fashion evolution.

    Male actors typically wore dhotis, kurta-pajamas, and suits, portraying a sophisticated and refined image.

    The Seventies and Eighties

    This period witnessed the emergence of more western influences in Bollywood fashion.

    Bell-bottoms, short skirts, and tight-fitting tops were popularized by Zeenat Aman and Parveen Babi.

    Disco culture influenced fashion with sequins, metallic fabrics, and bold colors.

    The Nineties

    A mix of traditional and contemporary styles characterized this era.

    Madhuri Dixit’s iconic look in “Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!” propelled the trend of backless blouses and vibrant-colored sarees.

    Bollywood designers like Manish Malhotra introduced innovative cuts and designs, blending Indian and Western styles.

    The 2000s

    Bollywood fashion has become more experimental and diversified.

    Aishwarya Rai, Priyanka Chopra, and Kareena Kapoor not only graced the screen but also popularized designer labels both on and off-screen, solidifying their influence on Bollywood fashion trends.

    Films like “Devdas” and “Mughal-e-Azam” showcased opulent costumes and extravagant sets, setting new standards for costume design in Bollywood.

    The Modern Era (2010s-present)

    Social media and globalization have played a significant role in shaping Bollywood fashion trends.

    Celebrities are more conscious about their style and often collaborate with stylists and designers to curate their looks.

    Fusion wear, sustainable fashion, and gender-fluid styles have gained popularity.

    Red carpet appearances at international events like Cannes have given Bollywood celebrities a global platform to showcase their fashion sense.

    Bollywood has shifted from tradition to a fusion of Indian and western styles, mirroring changing preferences. As decades pass, fueled by innovation, it adapts to stay current in the fashion world.

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