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Wake me when it's over

In my mind, an event such as the Grazia Young Fashion Awards would invite attendees to take risks and make bold choices in their attire for the event. I am mystified at the snoozefest presented by Aafreen Vaz (Miss India Supranational 2015...whatever that is) and Aditi Rao Hydari. Aafreen is full-on boring. Black dress, black pumps, and unimaginative hair/makeup. I can see she was trying to take some chances with that geometric gold cuff, but it's just not enough. Aditi, doesn't do much better, but at least the funky sleeves, cat-eye, and studded heels have some (albeit marginal) impact. My gods. So boring.
Photos: @graziaindia

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