From representing India to enchanting the people with her looks here’s what Diipa Büller-Khosla was up to on Cannes 2021.
The 74th Cannes Film Festival is back and the internet is going crazy. The festival that is held under strict COVID protocols is one of the most celebrated film festivals. From movies to fashion, it is the one-stop destination to find inspiration. What makes the whole festival exciting is the presence of celebrities from across the world who are admired and loved. Though the fashion icons and Cannes red carpet veterans of Indian Cinema, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Sonam Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, and others are missing the event owing to the pandemic, we have seen the Global Influencers, Masoom Minawala and Diipa Buller Khosla representing India and every Indian fan proud.
After being on the red carpet for two consecutive years, Diipa Büller-Khosla walked the carpet again for the third year. Her followers couldn’t contain their excitement after she revealed her looks. Diipa is an influencer who has been awarded the Influencer of the Year, made it to 19 covers, and also the Most Influential Indian list twice. She also has been vocal about various issues and she’s the founder of the NGO, Post For Change.
The new mom-in-town did not hold back from slaying on the carpet. Diipa represented India at the festival and on the opening day of the festival, wearing an elaborately beautiful printed lehenga by Falguni Shane Peacock. To complete the look she wore a heavy neckpiece, a marquise cut diamond ring, and a maang tikka. Diipa is representing brands like Dior and Loreal Paris at the Cannes Festival.
For her first red carpet walk, Diipa wore a Tony Ward one-shoulder structured gown with diamonds from Messika Paris, she was styled by the famous Mohieb Dahabieh. For the second Cannes red carpet look, she wore a Cinderalla style baby blue gown by Milla.
While killing it with her mesmerizing looks on the carpet, she also took a moment to spread awareness about new mothers and breastfeeding and she posed with her breast pump backstage. She wrote, “I chose to shed light on this topic due to the countless messages or comments from people who’ve questioned and judged my decisions as a mother – An issue I’m certain that most women endure on social media.”