Priyanka Chopra For Grammys 2020 (Photo Credit: Instagram)
The Internet cannot stop gushing about Priyanka Chopra’s Grammys 2020 red carpet outfit. Even with all the criticism about ‘age-appropriate’ dressing and subsequent counter criticism, fashionistas are yet to decipher how Priyanka dared to wear such a risky ensemble carried it without any wardrobe malfunction. The ‘Baywatch’ actress finally has an answer for all those ogling eyes about secret of keeping her Ralph and Russo gown all at its place.
Days later, inan interview with US weekly, the 37-year-old actress revealed how designers Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo made sure that there's no scope for a wardrobe malfunction at the awards. Priyanka credited - a piece of "tulle," tailor made matching Priyanka's "skin tone” that so effortless camouflaged with her, held her dress together and wasn't even visible to camera.
"So as much as people might think it would be hard to manage, they found this incredible tulle the same colour as my skin tone and sort of held the dress together with that," the actress told the publication and added: "So you can't even see it in the pictures but there was no way it would have happened if they didn't have that. It was like netting."
The 36-year-old actress mentioned that is the kind who would walk out of the door only after she's "super secure" about her look. "When I decide to wear an outfit, I'm not someone who's really nervous because when I walk out of the door, I'm very secure," said Priyanka, adding: "I don't leave unless I'm super secure. I don't like wardrobe malfunctions! Nobody does!"
Priyanka added that the designers always keep wardrobe malfunctions in mind while making an outfit for her. "Ralph and Russo, whenever they make couture for me or custom outfits for me, they always do them fitted to my body, keeping these things (wardrobe malfunction) in mind," said Priyanka.
Other than her red-carpet outfit, Priyanka Chopra also trended incessantly for her dress that she wore at Clive Devis' exclusive pre-Grammys party - a satin gown by designer Nicolas Jebran. The dress drew comparision with Jennifer Lopez barely-there jungle print Versace dress that become quite a rage during those times.