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“Raging with a fever, couldn’t make it to the Met carpet,” according to Isha Ambani.

Published: May 15, 2024
Author: Fashion Value Chain

Isha was “raging with a fever,” according to her makeup artist Tanvi Chemburkar, which prevented her from walking the coveted Met carpet.

When Isha Ambani attended the 2024 Met Gala, everybody took notice. Rahul Mishra created the couture sari outfit that Isha wore, and it took more than 10,000 hours of hand embroidery to finish. Nevertheless, new information has emerged. According to Tanvi Chemburkar, Isha’s makeup artist, she was “raging with a fever,” which kept her from walking the coveted Met carpet.

“However, at least we had these amazing photos ahead of time!” she wrote on Instagram along with a video. “We are grateful for the memories we were able to create for Isha @mamamagish, even though she was unable to attend the Met carpet due to a severe fever.”

In the now-viral video, Isha Ambani is seen posing in a gorgeous costume. The gown’s surfaces, according to the designer, were made by reinterpreting and gathering needlework samples and patterns throughout their entire trip starting in 2013. I believe that this look is the culmination of our entire body of work, just like some trees may take decades to flower and bear fruit, while others may do so in a few short weeks. The reason it is called the “River of Life” is that it represents the concept that time is a medium that is always evolving and changing.

Anaita Shroff Adajania styled the ensemble, which was dubbed “nature’s glorious and bountiful lifecycle…,” in an Instagram picture. The group “embraces sustainability,” taking cues from the designer’s past designs. “Sophisticated applique and embroidery techniques, like freesia, zardozi, nakshi, and dabka, along with French knots, were used to painstakingly incorporate delicate samples of flowers, butterflies, and dragonflies from the archives into the design,” Anaita said.

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