In the news: DKNY’s Middle East venture

DKNY recently launched a collection exclusively in their Middle East stores, targeted primarily at their fashion loving local clientele. The long hemlines, flowy silhouettes and generous use of fabric make these garments comfortable and modest while being stylish at the same time. With versatile on-trend pieces like trousers, long skirts,[...]

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Throwback – ’60s shift dresses

WHAT IS AHEAD of the times today, becomes a classic tomorrow. The 1960s saw the emergence of boxy shifts, a stark contrast to the wasp-waisted full skirted dresses of the previous decade. The easy, straight-cut shift dress is now a work wear staple. Popularised by fashion icons like Jackie O[...]

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In the mood for mules

IT SEEMS THAT designers are not yet done with the ’90s. It all started with the comeback of platform sneakers, overalls, baseball caps, chokers and now it is mules that are trending. Design houses of Alzutarra, Costume National and Celine have come up with new-and-improved versions of the good old[...]

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….And the winner is….

Anu Saraswat from Delhi! While we got quite a number of responses for the quiz posted a few days ago (thank you guys!), the lucky lady wins this autographed photo of Abhay Deol. Congratulations Anu, your prize is on its way! Watch this space for more contests!

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Pick of the Week: Flip-flops

ALONG WITH CLAPS of thunder, the advent of the monsoons also brings with it a storm of colours. If you feel blue when it rains, step out onto the streets with these colourful printed flip-flops and watch your day transform. Easy and low maintenance, they brighten up those gloomy rainy[...]

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