Lux Style Awards 2021: From Mahira Khan, Ayesha Omar to Mansha Pasha, Who Wore What at the Red Carpet?

Lux Style Awards 2021

Red carpet looks can go down in fashion history if done right, however, that’s not always the case. It’s the chance for celebrities to flaunt their fashion and collaborate with top designers all in front of the flashing cameras. This time around, the 20th Lux Style Awards took place on a much smaller scale with selected audience and only a select group of actors gracing the red carpet. Nonetheless, they put up quite the show with their outfits!

 

Here’s a rundown of who wore what on the Lux Style Awards 2021 Red carpet looks.

 

Mahira Khan

 

Not all can pull off an outfit that had an ethereal vision with backless detailing. But trust Mahira Khan to rock it all together! The actor wore a classic white Feeha Jamshed chic dress and worked every bit of it. This was surely one of her memorable red carpets looks!

 

 

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Amar Khan

 

Amar Khan is a new fashion superstar in the making. Her stylist Khadija Khan roped in a breezy custom-made white ensemble with hair neatly tied in a ponytail along with bling earrings. All the elements seamlessly tied together making Khan a red-carpet winner.

 

 

 

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Ayesha Omar

 

All fashion critiques will agree that Ayesha can never go wrong with her outfits. Setting the tone black and gold, Ayesha twirled on the red carpet in a Labour Joise flowing golden gown. Her second look in a black ensemble by Hussain Rehar made heads turn.

 


Mansha Pasha

 

You can hardly go wrong with a gown and when it’s Sana Safinaz, the scene is totally glamorous. This black strapless floor-length gown paired with a silver neckpiece is everything.

 

 

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Mehwish Hayat

 

Mehwish personified elegance in this gown by Amato couture. The beadwork over nude colored fabric hugged her figure at all the right places. The unique color matched her dusky skin perfectly. The minimal jewelry and makeup let the dress do all the talking.

 

 

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Mira Sethi

 

Another beauty who has been serving serious fashion goals on the red carpet is Mera Sethi. Her whimsical black gown by Hussain Rehar was everything. Those cool shimmery glove details, wet hair and silver earrings gave us high fashion goals.

 

 

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Maha Ishaq Tahirani

 

She blew our mind with this one. Maha bowled us over with this elaborate slinky gown by Fahad Hussayn. With a gorgeous updo and minimal blush make-up with statement jewelry, she was nothing short of perfect Red carpet looks.

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Aimal Khan

 

A blue jacket, a bow with matching blue trousers? Yes, please! Our very own Bradley Cooper aka Aimal Khan whipped up a perfect dapper moment at the Red carpet looks.

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Mushk Kaleem

 

Looking like a real-life Barbie doll, she took home the award for the Best Model. Mushk flaunted some colour on the red carpet as she walked in wearing an Avant grade pink Sana Safinaz gown. The gown had sheer flounce and volume. Full points to the fashionista for this one.

 

 

 

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 Nimra Jacob

 

Going a bit bold and risky with the daffodil yellow silky gown by Kamiar Rokni, Nimra looked fabulous. Keeping her hair at the back, she finished her look with pearl drop earrings and subtle makeup.

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Fouzia Aman

 

Looking like an absolute dream, Fouzia left us floored in this black gown with shimmer by Maheen Karim.

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Resham

 

Bringing back the emerald green look, Resham rocked a crystal-fringed sparkly gown by Iqbal Hussain. We love the sheer elegance of the gown and the simplicity of her makeup that only elevated her look further.

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Dur-e-Fishan

Looking resplendent in a purple silk saree, the Pardes actress kept it traditional as she sported the classic drape on the red carpet by Elan. Silver statement earrings and open tresses completed her sleek and stylish look.

 

 


Sachal Afzal

 

Hands down he was the most handsome man present at the event. Giving a tribute to Sultan Rahi, Sachal Afazal’s dramatic outfit was by YBQ and styling was done by Tabesh Khoja. His look was one of our favorites from the evening.

 

 

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Nazish Jahangir

 

Nazish Jahangir decided to take the ethnic route in a beautiful saree by Rizwan Beyg. The actress had her hair open and donned a pair of signature earrings.

 

 

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THE LOOKS THAT DIDN’T IMPRESS US

 

Fahad Hussayn

 

We are still ok with the mask worn by Fahad but since when did ill-fitted suits become red carpet-worthy fashion.

 

 

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Ali Xeeshan

 

Ali Xeeshan’s look in a white cape with silver sequins that he wore over a bathrobe didn’t impress us. It was strikingly similar with his HUM style awards look earlier this year. Enough of the capes, we want Xeeshan to come up with something new and refreshing.

 


Hareem Farooq

 

We love her a lot and can’t get enough of her talent, but there was nothing great about Hareem’s outfit by Sania Maskatiya. It was an extremely safe choice. We expect more from you Hareem!

 


Ahad Raza Mir

 

The Yeh Dil Mera actor seemed too busy to dress up properly. Ahad Raza Mir’s laid-back red-carpet look is a big no!

Who according to you was the best dressed on the red carpet? Comment below and let us know.

 

Images Source: Celebrity Instagram accounts and senior journalist Mailha Rehman’s Instagram stories.

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