L'Oreal Paris Femina Women Awards 2015 were held in Mumbai with all three Bollywood's L'oreal brand ambassadors, Katrina Kaif, Aishwarya Rai and Sonam Kapoor in attendance putting their best foot forward.
The award recognized and felicitated 'Women of Worth', while celebrating the many facets of their inspirational journey.
The three Bollywood brand ambassadors of the cosmetic giant were the star attraction and gave away the awards to various recipients.
It had 12 categories including science & innovation, business and entrepreneurship, sports, design & art, social impact and education among others.
Katrina wore a sparkly Ports 1961 gown, which she styled with a slick ponytail and diamond jewelry from Gehna.
It is simple but Katrina's style has always been minimal and fuss free.
We all know Katrina is not comfortable experimenting with her dress and look, always opting for tried and tested options.
Nevertheless, the strapless sequined and embroidered tulle gown looked good on her.
Her dress had a hint of nude underlining and brought out the details of the dress clearly.
Aishwarya donned a creation from Sabyasachi's latest collection showcased at the Lakme Fashion Week.
Originally, the piece had been presented by the designer as a dress however Aishwarya worked it into a traditional outfit by pairing it with a pair of black churidaars and embellished dupatta.
Sleek ponytail, black heels, red lip, Fendi shoes, Maithili Kabre earrings and a Sabyasachi clutch added the right finishing touches to her look.
The actress kept her look traditional and simple for the event.
Sonam Kapoor is the darling of the red carpet.
This time the actress wore a floor sweeping gown by Toni Maticevski.
Her baby pink gown with an off shoulder strap detail and volumnious skirt was styled with dainty understated jewelry from Gehna, Manolo Blahniks and a super cute bow clutch by Judith Leiber.
With that colour and volume it's easy to get lost - but Sonam managed quite well.
What caught our attention was the underlining of the dress - a minute detail but a distraction nonetheless.
(All pics courtesy: Sanskriti Media Entertainment)