“This collection, combining traditional French, foreign, aristocratic and military influences into a new, modern urban style, celebrates that inspiring tradition of openness and adaptation,” says the phenomen
That Jesus the Christ was born into poverty and spent his lifetime on Earth wilfully denying Himself life’s luxuries, it’s a huge oxymoron that high-end fashion brands like Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana h
The mother-daughter team of Roopa and Mitaali Vohra are extremely popular on the Page 3 circuit in Mumbai not only because of the dazzling jewelry they design but more so because both of them are extremely amiable and wo
From Bajirao (and his Mastani) to Mario Miranda‘s vibrant cartoons and MF.
At the last season of Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai, Piyush Dedhia who retails under the label SOL, debuted a collection with military and camouflage influences.
Belgian designer Dirk Bikkembergs has been designing sports couture and avant garde sportswear since the mid Eighties.
Bangalore based men’s wear designer, Ajay Kumar, wowed us last season at Lakme Fashion Week with a fabulous collection of vibrantly printed jackets, kurtas, shirts, trousers and accessories.
We have always been unabashed fans of Sreejith Jeevan‘s work, ever since we viewed his collection a couple of seasons ago at Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai.
Sumant Kelanka and Reyaz Ahmed of BailGaadi have been inspired by global warming and natural disasters for their summer 2016 collection. They will debut it on the 5th of February at the Bangalore Fashion Week.
“Glory can only be seen under the spotlights,” says bon vivant, philanthropist, industrialist and horse racing enthusiast Zavaray Poonawalla as he launched the much anticipated evening races at the Mahalaxmi