These Western female superstars experimented with Indian wear and the results are outstanding! Whether it’s a saree, a lehenga or a shalwar qameez, these Hollywood celebrities have turned to India’s rich fashion industry for inspiration, and we think they’ve never looked so glamorous.
Movie star Julia Roberts wore a six yard saree for her role as Elizabeth Gilbert in the film adaption of bestselling book Eat Pray Love.
This hot pink saree and messy updo makes Eva Mendes look the perfect Desi woman behind the scenes in this Campari ad.
Halle Berry wore this red and gold saree in sci-fi film Cloud Atlas.
Cameron Diaz looks stunning in this black embroided saree she wore for a photoshoot.
Lady Gaga’s innovative take on traditional Indian dress made headlines when she performed at the F1 Rocks! concert in the country in 2013.
Pop-starlet turned fashion designer Victoria Beckham wore this stunning emsemble on the cover of Vogue India, showing that her fashion-prowess is cross contienental.
Shakira proved her hips don’t lie in this lehenga inspired outfit and maang-tika.
When actress Elizabeth Hurley visited India with her ex-husband Arun Nayar and their son Damien in 2011 she donned this stunning saree, and we think a then 8-year-old Damien looks adorable in a turban too!
Helen Mirren in a saree is proof that beauty is ageless.
Model Naomi Campbell owns the catwalk in this black and gold number.
It’s hard to top how good Jessica Alba looks in this saree for the film the Love Guru. In fact, her outfit is the only good thing about this movie.
Alyssa Milano’s super co-ordinated ensemble is beyond chic!
The Queen of Pop looks almost unrecognisable in this royal blue saree. Madonna has always been a supporter of Indian fashion and crafts.
Statesque supermodel Giselle Bundchen in a saree and lehenga is taking Indian wear to the next level.