And not just the Los Angeles premiere, the Indian designer will also dress the actress for the screening of the film in London later this month.
to dress sb
One of them accepts the wedding invitation but then doesn't bother to dress for the occasion.
Soldiers dress by one another in ranks, and the body collectively by some given object.
Carved wooden Akan combs were used to both dress the hair and ornament it.
He was in a business suit instead of formal dress or traditional formal wear consisting of a crested kimono and pleated skirt.
Then we'll come home, drag the tree from its packaging, set it up and dress it, and Christmas will begin.
The upmarket style bible put Camilla in its ‘showstoppers’ category of women who know how to dress for a big occasion.
His favorite mode of dress is that of a pirate.
Of course, his first instinct was to dress the wounds, to stop the bleeding.