2015: the year in Indian fashion
Around two months ago, at a Banaras show organized by the ministry of external affairs in Delhi for the visiting First Ladies of Africa, I overheard a conversation between a bureaucrat and a banker. “I have no idea what to wear in India these days,” said the bureaucrat, who was dressed in a silk Ikat sari. “The sari has become fashionable, so I am unsure of dressing in Western garments.”
The 4 Indian fashion goddesses hungry to take their lifestyle brand places
In 1994, when SushmitaSen stood on the Miss Universe stage going through the final rounds, an impressionable 16-year-old PreetaSukhtankar hung on to each word as she answered the final clincher at the pageant: What, for you, is the essence of being a woman?
India's love for Pakistani fashion runs deep
India and Pakistan have come a long way holding onto their bittersweet relationship. The nostalgia trip takes you through so many lanes that you start to wonder where it all began. We share so much. Hatred, territoriality, customs, a state of denial, festivals, history, theatre, celebrating Faiz's poetry, cricket madness, addiction to Bollywood and the mixed bag has so many more reasons for many more years of association.
Creations help my ideas come alive, says Indian fashion designer
Muscat: For the first time, Muscat will witness the creations of Anita Dongre, a well-known designer from the Indian fashion industry.
As one of the most adored fashion designers in the Indian industry, Dongre will showcase her creations to fashion enthusiasts in Oman at the lawns of the Al Bustan Palace on December 11.
Source: Times of Oman
"Do you have a little girl? You ought to buy her a princess outfit. The costume consists of a costume and a crown or tiara. If your lady wants to resemble a specific princess, she needs to carry a wand. There are various kinds of princess outfits that you can pick from. The most common ones are: Cinderella, Belle, Snow White, Tiana, Jasmine, and sleeping beauty. "