2017 Red Carpet Roundup

If the Golden Globes were about all the tulle, the Grammys gave us the va-va-boom, and The Oscars went shimmer and demure. The 2017 awards season kicked off with on a rather ‘meh’ note with the Golden Globes. We saw a lot of head-to-toe sequins, daffodil yellows and metallics. The breakout trend was definitely fairytale tulle. Feminine …

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There’s more to ‘Baar baar dekho’ than Katrina’s abs on fleek.

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Bollywood inspires a lot of what we do and especially how we dress. After all movie stars are constantly bringing their A-game, both on and off the screen. A recent flick that caught our beady eye for its offbeat story and style is Baar baar dekho (in case you’ve been …

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8 things you didn’t know about the MET Gala and 12 looks you cannot unsee.

Call it the Oscar’s of the east coast or the grandest fashion event of the year, the MET Gala has been buzzing for a good few years now. Ever wondered why it’s such a big thing? Here’s something you didn’t know about the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Institute Benefit, better known as the …

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Fashion Week goes consumer?

              Earlier this month, Boston Consulting Group and Council of Fashion Designers of America had a bright idea! They wanted to make fashion weeks more meaningful. So in a move aimed at fixing what they describe as “a broken system,” the CFDA is getting behind a movement to turn the …

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It’s twins!

It’s that time of the year again when the world’s authority on colour declares a ‘Color of the Year’. This year, however, we have not 1, but 2 Colors of the Year – Rose Quartz & Serenity, or as the less-trained eye might call – baby pink and powder blue. Like last year’s Marsala, this …

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An Indian Summer

Summers are hard as it is. And Delhi summers, even more so. 40+ degrees. Sweat stains camouflaged as prints. Melting makeup. Leering men and crop tops. It doesn’t paint a pretty picture now, does it? So that’s how Nishat Fatima’s (editor Harper’s Bazaar, India) summer styling caught our eye. Handwoven Indian fabrics with built-in ventilation, …

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Marsala? Meh.

I’ve been following Pantone’s colour of the year nominations for a while now. Every year, people go gaga about a colour. Magazine covers, look books, collections, closets, the colour finds a place everywhere. But this year has been different. The colour institute describes 2015’s colour of the year – Marsala, as a naturally robust and …

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The Big Fat Bridal Edit

Fashionistas, brides and grooms to be, behold! From what to walk down the aisle in and what to be seen in, to that dress which will make you go week in the knees, make you say “I do” or renew your vows – here’s a roundup on the standout pieces from the Aamby Valley India …

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Blender’s Pride Fashion Tour: The Night That Was – Part II

There are fashion events. There are performing arts events. And then there are events where the two become one. Last Sunday was one of those. It wasn’t just a fashionable night, it was about the poetry of words, poetry of rhythm, poetry of motion, and poetry of finesse. The first show of the evening was …

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Blender’s Pride Fashion Tour: The night that was – Part I

It was a lovely wintery evening. It was a weekend. It was the Blender’s Pride Fashion Tour in Gurgaon. But it wasn’t like the regular fashion nights. Yes, there were good-looking models dressed in great-looking clothes, but there was something missing – the quirk. The audience was a sea of black. Safe, and almost boring. …

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