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The evening will witness designer Gaurav Gupta present a unique mélange of bridal ensembles, including a mix of contemporary lehengas and dreamy ball gowns. To befit his concept of new age couture, Gaurav marries fluid structures with vintage renditions. To celebrate Swarovski’s 15 years in India, the designer collaborated with the crystals brand to create a stunning bridal collection. The collection is adorned with a beautiful palette of crystals from Swarovski that are authenticated with the holographic 'Ingredient Branding Tag’. This tag is a sign of trust and promise to the consumer that marks the crystals as genuine and reliable. As a consumer, you can ask for the tag to be... View Slideshow »
Expanding her ready-to-wear brand—Label by Ritu Kumar, couturier Ritu Kumar has launched a collection of four designer backpacks for autumn winter. The brand, led by her son Amrish Kumar, will have these backpacks feature the designer’s embellished couture detailing in a more fun and trendy avatar. Continue Reading »
From the Greeks to the Arabs, Turks and Mongols, Iran has been a confluence of the eastern and western cultures with a rich history of over a thousand years. Its illustrious heritage was captured in the world of fashion by renowned designer Manish Malhotra at the India Couture Week 2016 with his new collection—The Persian Story. View Slideshow »
Tonight, the couture week will witness unique artisanship as couturier Tarun Tahiliani is all set to debut at the India Couture Week. Strengthening his 15-year-old association with Swarovski, the show will be a celebration of the world-renowned crystal brand’s 15th sparkling year in India. A bridal collection, it will be adorned with stunning Swarovski Crystals, authenticated with the 'Ingredient Branding Tag’ that marks them as genuine. Here is a glimpse of the designer’s bejewelled masterpieces. Continue Reading »
Taking her love for Jaipur forward, designer Anita Dongre is transporting her muse – The Gypsy Princess – to Delhi, where she debuts at the India Couture Week 2016. Presenting a collection inspired by the regal north-west India, the designer will present Epic Love, a line-up displaying architecture, motifs and design of the Pink City. View Slideshow »
To celebrate Fendi’s pop up at the London Harrods, its Creative Director, Karl Lagerfeld has invited his favourite furry mascots, Fendirumis, to the city. Named Piro-chan and Bug-kun, the Fendirumi will travel across London for the first time, inviting people to explore Fendi’s new, exclusive collection at the pop-up. Continue Reading »
Paris, the global fashion capital, played host to the Haute Couture Fashion Week. The event saw the who’s who of global haute joaillerie under one roof, gathered with the sole purpose to unveil jewellery pieces that are exceptionally mesmerising. And just in case you miss this high-fashion happening, here we present to you a glimpse of the knockout collections unveiled at this world-renowned fashion soiree. View Slideshow »
Seasons change, and so do our style and fashion preferences. With the pitter-patter of rain in full swing, all we want is to get out of the concrete jungle we dwell in and celebrate the season with beautiful elements of nature. Well, we understand that it is not possible to always live amidst Mother Nature; incorporating them in our daily fashion can make for a great substitute. View Slideshow »
The renowned International Woolmark Prize announced Indian designer Nachiket Barve as the winner for the section of best women’s wear for 2016/17. Amongst a line up of the most promising fashion design talents from India, Pakistan, and the Middle East, a distinguished jury panel chose Nachiket for the honour. Continue Reading »
Last week, Piaget surprised patrons across the globe with the unveiling of its new, unusual all-steel timepiece collection called the Piaget Polo S. The watches in the new range, based on the Swiss watchmaker’s iconic Polo watch introduced in 1979, are touted as ‘game changers’ and targeted towards the new generation. Continue Reading »
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