It's been more than 70 years since the country took center-stage at the popular Cannes Film Festival. In addition to celebrating our cinema, the festival has also introduced the globe to Indian background and style.
Sonam Kapoor made a bold statement at this year's Cannes by donning a Ralph & Russo robe looking like a lehenga.
Kangana as well, also took part in the movie fest rocking an Audrey Hepburn appearance in a hand-dyed clanging Sabyasachi saree.
Rasika Dugal who attended the festival for her movie, Manto, put on a stunning breezy blue sari by Raw Mango.
Tillotama Shome blended modern with customary in her dresses designed by Payal Khandwala and péro.
Nandita stunned all in her straightforward and stylish look.
Neena Gupta was looking just amazing in this striking yellow sari. She also put on a Masaba Gupta attire for one more appearance at the festival.
Some earlier festivals drew attention towards Indian traditions in all its aspects, and biggies have selected home-made designs and showcase Indian style in its splendor.
Let's not disregard renowned actors, Shabana Azmi and Smita Patel made their special appearance on the French Riveria during 1976 and stunned one and all with their looks.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan who's the authorized ambassador for the well-known company Loreal and the informal ambassador to India at Cannes has picked Indian wear over global brands.
During the year 2002, when he made her first appearance at the film fest, she picked a golden Neeta Lulla saree.
In the year 2013, Sonam Kapoor made a blast with a grander nath and she was looking perfect.
The very next year, she preferred the dhoti and a stunning Anamika Khanna saree.
Vidya Balan, acknowledged for her special affection for saree, lived up to her status and gave one and all this dazzling Indian look.
Not just Indian biggies, Indian fashion directed to appeal the who's who in the worldwide route additionally. Here is a list of Indian designers that made a special mark at the global stage.
Freida Pinto looked eye-catching in a white and gold Manish Arora attire, part of his concluding compilation for Paco Rabanne.
Paris Hilton puts on a traditional Falguni and Shane Peacock gown.
Chinese-American star Bai Ling put on cocktail attire by Indian designer pair Rohit Gandhi-Rahul Khanna.
Israeli socialite Hofit Golan looked sensuous in the golden gown by Indian designer Gaurav Gupta.