The startup behind the style of Aishwarya Rai, Saif Ali Khan and Disha Patani
Founder of celebrity, fashion, film and wedding styling startup, Wardrobist, Aastha Sharma has styled the red carpet looks of stars at the celebrated Cannes Film Festival since 2015.
Thursday February 11, 2021,
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Have you ever wondered how to get that perfect red carpet look? Meet Aastha Sharma, who has styled the likes of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan and Disha Patani, among many others.
The founder of celebrity, fashion, film, and wedding styling startup Wardrobist, Aastha and her team are the force behind the style of several B-town celebs.
In her interview with HerStory, Aastha talks about how she became a stylist and what it takes to become one. She also reveals how she actually wanted to pursue a different career path altogether before fate intervened and she got bitten by the fashion bug.
The former Harper’s Bazaar senior stylist launched her Mumbai-based startup in 2012 after a two-year stint at the iconic fashion magazine.
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