Though her trendy and funky avatars are often a highlight in films, Lisa Haydon is one model who, despite her upbringing abroad, can pull off the traditional look with equal
panache. And when it comes to her bridal attire, from her Malayali avatar in her film Aisha to the contemporary bride on magazine covers, Lisa has managed to carry every look with elegance.
For the cover of the latest edition of Harper’s Bazaar Bride, Lisa Haydon has yet again managed to keep up with her stylish image.
The model turned actress has opted for a conventional look this time for the April Edition of this bridal magazine wherein she is seen wearing a Rohit Bal wine colour lehenga with golden peacock
embroidery, a choli with floral design and golden aari work and matching net dupatta. Light make-up, red bindi and gold jewellery from Hazoorilal Legacy, especially the Mathapatti, Choti and nathni
add to the charming ethnic look.
Along with the designer Rohit Bal giving an exclusive sneak peek about the likes and dislikes of a modern Indian bride, the magazine also explores the new trend of the Odyssey trousseau and