Friday, 14 June 2013

Psychotic Love By Roberto Cavalli

Psychotic Love is a film created by Roberto Cavalli using a series of photographic sequences, narrating the story of a strong and rebellious woman, almost to the point of insanity, to celebrate the Hera bag and his fall-winter accessories. 

Under the creative direction of Rachele Cavalli and shot by Diego Diaz Marin, the kaleidoscopic and surreal beauties of the images are psychedelically captivating and intensely beautiful. This is definitely one the best fashion visual stories we have seen in recent times.

Thursday, 13 June 2013

Lanvin Resort 2014:Opulent yet Minimal

Alber Elbaz presented his glamorous Lanvin Resort 2014 collection look-book, modelled by Julia Nobis and Juliana Schurig. The collection is a beautiful blend of architectural structure, clean lines and opulence that is reminiscent of an Indian Maharaja.

Gold and copper sequined Lamé brocade pieces, boxy tops, paisley prints, slouchy pants, graphic bonded lace shift with a pocket, multilayer tulle full-skirted dress in Neoprene and bejewelled pieces are some of the key pieces and features of this varied offer from Alber.

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Atsu Sekhose A/W’13/14 Look Book – Nagaland redefines Hollywood Glamour

Indian Designer Atsu Sekhose presented a super elegant look book for his Autumn Winter 13/14 Collection. The designer, with his roots in the hilly terrains of Nagaland, aesthetically captured the richness of the textiles and indigenous tribal designs to present a collection that oozed every bit of classic yet contemporary Hollywood glamour. Key pieces of the collection are tribal inspired ball gown, cigarette pants, body-con dresses with distinctive Naga patterns, gold embellished sheer gown and dresses, cape with embroidered hornbill, strapless dresses, pencil skirt and full skirts. Black, white and ethnic red completed the colour story of this classy collection.

Cindy Crawford does it again for Muse Magazine

Cindy Crawford once again proves she still has what it takes to be a supermodel. 47-year ‘young’ Cindy becomes the cover girl for the summer issue of Muse Magazine’s June 2013 issue, looking every bit the bombshell she’s always been.

Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Nikhil Thampi - A Candid Interview with the Designer of the Moment

Fashion in India gets a jolt of new-age and quirky elegance, an element of daring originality–thanks to Nikhil Thampi. Yes,with his incredible talent and inventive approach, he is the man of the moment in the fashion industry in India. A psychology graduate, with no formal education in design, he has definitely proved that one doesn’t understand or interpret fashion by simply studying in a design school, it is about knowing, embracing and expressing your innate creativity, which is unique to you.
From red carpet events to fashion magazine editorials and ad-campaign, Nikhil’s creations are everywhere now-a-days, which is almost becoming a sartorial delight in itself. A host of celluloid beauties, Maduri Dixit, Kajol, Vidya Balan (undoubtedly one of her best look), Sonam Kapoor, Anushka and Chitrangada to name a few have worn his designs with great élan. There is no iota of doubt, the man has firmly established himself and is at the top of his game, and he knows it too - devoid of any arrogance.During my interaction with him, I realised that Nikhil’s humility and effortless charisma comes from his strong sense of direction and belief in his creative abilities. In this exclusive interview with Stylefluid Trendz, Nikhil Thampi gives us an insight into his creative vision, success and much more.

Monday, 10 June 2013

An Exclusive Interview with Dipannita Sharma

Dipannita Sharma is a Supermodel, Bollywood Actor & an Entrepreneur all rolled into one. Born and raised in the picturesque state of Assam in North East India, this 5’9 statuesque beauty came into the mainstream world of fashion after making it to the final five of the prestigious Miss India 1998 and even won the title of Miss. Photogenic in the same contest. From then on, there was no looking back for this Assamese beauty, as she went on to become the darling of the fashion industry. She became a muse for most of the top designers and  one of the much sought after models for best of the best fashion publication houses, ad-agencies and photographers, both nationally and internationally.Multi talented Dipannita forayed into Bollywood with varied genres of roles, which saw her being nominated for Best Female Debut Award for ‘December 16’ in 2002 and Best Supporting Actor Female category for ‘Ladies VS Ricky Bahl’ in 2011. In this exclusive interview with Stylefluid Trendz, she was gracious enough to give an insight into what it means to be Dipannita Sharma.
Stylefluid Trendz: Tell us something about your growing up days. How has your family shaped who you are today?