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Talking style with Aparshakti Khurana

A good pair of denims is a must-have for a man: Actor
Aparshakti Khurana

Priyanka Roy    |     |   Published 29.10.20, 09:29 PM

What does fashion mean to you?

Fashion to me means comfort, individuality and a good fit.

How would you define your sense of style?

My sense of style is basic yet experimental.

What are you most comfortable in?

My trackpants, T-shirt and my trainers.

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What are the three most prized possessions in your wardrobe?

I love my Rick Owens glasses, my Breitling and Franck Muller watches and then there is this very cool black Amiri T-shirt. I know that T-shirts are just basic but this one is very special. I just love it. I bought it from Australia about a year ago maybe, lekin main usko bahut baar pehen chuka hoon (laughs). It’s just so comfortable and I love the style.

What are the five things every man should have in his wardrobe?

A good pair of denims to start with. A nice white T-shirt or shirt. A pair of comfortable running shoes teamed with a comfortable pair of trackpants. It’s also really important to have a nice black suit. And finally, if someone is very keen then a pair of Daddy Sneakers — those really big sneakers which are really ‘in’ right now. But it’s not an all-time classic for sure.

What was the craziest fashion phase you went through?

We all look at our past pictures and think, ‘Dude, what was I thinking?!’ I think my craziest fashion phase was in school.

Name one piece of clothing you can’t do without.

My most comfortable pair of denims.

Which is your favourite look from a film of yours?

I have done a song called Ruka ruka with Shalmali Kholgade... I love my look in it. In terms of films, I quite like my look in Pati Patni Aur Woh.

What’s that one thing you wouldn’t be caught dead wearing?

An ill-fitted baggy suit.

Who do you think has a timeless sense of style?

Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor.



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