Masaba Gupta goes global; her label takes center stage in the show Emily in Paris

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The second season of Emily in Paris saw Mindy Chen (played by Ashley Park) donning Masaba Gupta’s Red Tribal Mask Maxi Jacket. Emily in Paris boasts a huge fan following across the globe. And watching House of Masaba take center stage in the show’s styling is indeed a proud moment!  Ashley Park paired the long red jacket with printed yoga pants. The bold black motifs on the shrug were the highlight of the ensemble! The actress kept her hair loose and opted for a casual vibe. 

Meanwhile, Masaba Gupta has also launched the new Autumn-Winter 2021 Collection. Already a hit in the market, the range took inspiration from traditional Kashida embroidery and South gold.
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