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Airport style: Deepika Padukone aces winter fashion with Rs 85K chequered wool jacket and rolled-up jeans

Deepika Padukone, one of the most loved queen bees of Bollywood, is known for her ability to always serve the fiercest looks. Whether it’s on the red carpet or at the airport, the diva knows just how to convert every place into her fashion runway. After all, the spotlight loves her and all the attention belongs to her as, the minute she enters a space, she automatically commands it. On Thursday morning, a moment of fashionable finesse occurred at the airport when the diva walked out in the classiest fit. And, we’re obsessed!

Airport style: Deepika Padukone aces winter fashion with Rs 85K chequered wool jacket and rolled-up jeans (PC: Manav Manglani)

So, why don’t we dive into the details of the Deepika Padukone’s alluring and street-style airport outfit? After all, the Fighter actress’ effortlessly cool airport aesthetic is worth the hype. Let’s just get right to it and take a look at her wintery airport allure.

Deepika Padukone looked all things elegant in her airport ensemble

The Jawan actress was recently spotted at the airport where she turned the airport into a proper fashion runway while serving an effortlessly cool and simply classy street style fashion look that left us swooning. This elegant airport look featured a pristine white winter-appropriate top with a high turtleneck which added a layer of modern sophistication and timelessness to her airport allure. The Pathaan actress further chose to pair this with a pair of blue denim jeans. These wide-legged floor-length jeans added a layer of comfort and casual elegance to the airport-ready look. 

Airport style: Deepika Padukone aces winter fashion with Rs 85K chequered wool jacket and rolled-up jeans (PC: Manav Manglani)

The gorgeous Om Shanti Om actress also chose to style the jeans by rolling them up, giving a rather casually laid-back appeal to her outfit. But that’s not all, the Chennai Express actress also chose to layer these with a classy white-colored buttoned-up cardigan with a black checkered design that screamed airport elegance. This full-sleeved and collared

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FASHION

J Balvin and Miller Lite Drop BodegaWear Collection

J Balvin and Miller Lite are showing love to local convenience stores with a new collaboration collection called BodegaWear.

The 10-piece capsule designed by the Colombian reggaetón artist and Miller Lite celebrates the fashion and streetwear scenes of bodegas, or small delicatessen and/or convenience stores mostly in New York City. The collection is comprised of styles meant to be thrown on for a quick corner-store run, like socks and slides, hoodies, graphic T-shirts, sweatpants, a shacket, varsity jacket, beverage wrap, metal cooler and a bucket hat that doubles as a beer bucket. Prices range from $19 to $349 and proceeds from all sales benefit Accion Opportunity Fund, an organization supporting bodegas, corner stores and Latino-owned businesses.

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“For millions of people, a stop at the bodega is part of their daily routine,” said J Balvin. “It’s a space deeply rooted in community, where you always know what you’re looking for but never know what you’re going to get — a place where street style meets convenience. This collection is reflective of that easy but functional vibe.”

BodegaWear, a new capsule by J Balvin and Miller Lite.

BodegaWear, a new capsule by J Balvin and Miller Lite.

This tie-up is Balvin and Miller Lite’s second partnership, serving as the follow up to Es José Time, a play on the brewer’s Miller Time phrase and Balvin’s real name José Álvaro Osorio Balvin. In 2021, the partners produced limited-edition cans in vibrant colors, which Balvin has been known for. He stressed his affinity for rich colors with his award-winning 2020 album Colores, his collaboration with Air Jordan that debuted at the Super Bowl in 2020 and launched at the end of the year, and his popular dyed hair look in blue that took over the 2022 Grammy Awards this year.

Es José Time in 2021 took over a New York

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