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January 06, 2016

Best Dressed 2015: Mitali Sagar

Text and Interview by Saumya Sinha. Additional inputs by Nasrin Modak-Siddiqi. Realisation by Ashima Gupta, Tejal Pandey, Shweta Navandar and Chandni Bahri. Photograph by Tejal Pandey. Hair by Lekha Shah, The Cut Collective

For mastering the art of keeping it fresh and fabulous

Fashion brand consultant; stylist; social-media maven; co-founder of MISU Fashion Consultants; Mumbai.

Current fashion phase
I just got back from a trip to Croatia so my style currently is easy island chic; I am digging hats and espadrilles.

Label love
Indian — Sabyasachi, Shantanu and Nikhil, Anamika Khanna, Manish Arora, Hemant and Nandita, and Anushree Reddy, to name a few.

Western — Phillip Lim, Naeem Khan, Marchesa, Elie Saab, Comme des Garçons, Balenciaga, Balmain, Etro, Mary Katrantzou and Peter Pilotto.

Wardrobe Treasures
My recently acquired M2Malletier bag in oxblood and my gorgeous Niels Peeraer white bag.

A current trend you sport with a personal take
My black booties with gold rivets. I love taking them from loungewear with a sweater and a pair of jeans to edgy-chic with a tank and blazer atop denims.

Your favourite dressing-up song
Currently it’s Shots by Imagine Dragons.

In your handbag right now
House keys, Chanel Les Beiges compact, lip balm, wallet, sunnies and two lipstick shades — marsala
and nude.

Current lust list
The Phantom bag from Céline in suede or velvet, a wicked pair of gladiators, leather jacket from Balmain, basically anything Balmain, a watch from Bulgari’s Serpenti line.

Most stylish women according to you
Nicole Richie and Olivia Palermo.

Looking forward to wearing
Sabyasachi lehnga on my wedding day.

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