British-Pakistani star Tan France was once again spotted wearing an outfit by fashion designer Mohsin Naveed Ranjha.
The Queer Eye star sported the look at the 74th Creative Arts Emmy Awards this weekend. Adorning an emerald green blazer, matching pants, a light green shirt and a bright orange cummerbund, the vibrant look was definitely a highlight of the red carpet. The upper half of the blazer is also bedazzled with clusters of gold and silver sequins, giving the Selling Sunset the perfect amount of sparkle for the red carpet.
Taking to Instagram, France shared videos and photos from the event to his followers, his look standing out with ease. He wrote, “Queer Eye made history last night! The show won its 5th consecutive Emmy for ‘Outstanding Structured Reality Program.’ Huge congrats to the entire cast, amazing crew, ITV America, Scout Productions and Netflix. What an incredible ride!”
France also gave a shout-out to Ranjha, saying “Mohsin Naveed Ranjha, thanks for my beautiful, Pakistani-inspired suit!”
This isn’t the first time the popular stylist has donned a look by Ranjha. Previously, France wore an ivory sherwani for a South Asian night, as well as a white kurta by the designer on Eid alongside his husband and son.
France also wore a Ranjha design, an embellished custom-made suit, at the British Fashion Awards last year. “Ok, now I’m done posting my outfit from last night! I just needed you to see the detail that went into this hand-embroidered creation. Pakistani craftsmanship at its finest!” France wrote on Instagram, praising the designer’s work.
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