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Tuesday 24 May 2016

Priyanka Chopra loves leather

Published 20/01/2014

Priyanka Chopra
Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra believes there's something "rebellious" about a leather outfit.

The 31-year-old actress-and-singer is famed for her stunning looks and is the first star of Indian descent to land the role as the face of Guess.

She likes to stay on trend and one of her favourite outfits is a leather look, straight off the Prabal Gurung runway.

"It's my rocker chick vibe," she smiled to as she wore the high-fashion ensemble. "I was feeling a little rebellious today, a little dangerous."

Guess has famously featured blonde models such as Claudia Schiffer and Anna Nicole Smith in the past.

Priyanka thinks it's great how far the label has come and is proud to be flying the flag for Indian models.

"I know I am being judged from when I walk in the room, and I am not being judged as me the person, I am being judged for where I come from also," she explained. "So the responsibility of making sure I am good enough to be the first Indian to be the global face of Guess is such a huge achievement."

Nepalese-American designer Prabal is a huge fan of Priyanka.

For him, the star was the perfect choice to star in Guess' black-and-white shots.

"Like many women from India and the Southeast Asia region, she embodies sensuality and elegance," he gushed. "She moves beautifully, she speaks eloquently and she is respectful - which is all embodied in how she wears clothes.

"In spite of meteoric rise to super stardom and incredible talent, she still remains humble... Notwithstanding her beauty, elegance and talent, her humility remains the most endearing part of her."

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