Saturday, 23 March 2013
Thursday, 21 March 2013
Majority of the male species think that polka dots are only for the women. Well, this is a complete fashion myth. Polka dots are a fun and refreshing way to take a plunge into your summer holiday mood. All that matters is the size of the dots (Read: Polka) and how you wear it. I am not saying that you have to cover yourself in dots from head to toe. That looks good only on runways. Even a subtle hint of polka dots (Read: in the form of accessories) can enhance your style quotient and break the monotony of a basic look.
Tuesday, 19 March 2013
Strengthening his collaboration with Brazilian plastic shoe brand Melissa, fashion Czar Karl Lagerfeld shot British supermodel Cara Delevingne and even starred in a 16-page fashion feature for the brand’s in-house magazine, ‘Plastic Dreams’ which boasts a circulation of 300,000 in Brazil, plus 70,000 copies abroad.
Monday, 18 March 2013
Taking inspiration from the Naïve art form of French Post-Impressionist artist, Henri Julien Félix Rousseau’s “Boy on the Rocks”, the designer duo, Shivan & Narresh presented a collection that beautifully echoed Nicholas Pioch’s comments on the painting, “Only a child can so bestride the world with such ease, and only a childlike artist with a simple, naïve vision can understand this elevation and make us see it as dauntingly true."
Mekhela Chadar (Assamese: মেখেলা চাদৰ), the traditional attire of the Assamese women was the inspiration for Vaishali S’s Autumn Winter’13 collection at Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week. She recreated the magic and beauty of traditional Assamese muga silk, pat and intricate hand woven ornamental design with a contemporary twist, thus bringing the region’s rich and exotic textile design story to the mainstream of Indian fashion.
Sunday, 17 March 2013
Bored of same old world map? Well, you don’t have to be any more. Rimzim Dadu embarked on a mesmerising (READ: sartorial) world tour for her ‘My Village’ A/W ’13 collection, thus narrating a wanderers story. During the course of the journey, Rimzim magically guided us by infusing world map motifs, wind vane and compass prints.