All across the world, fashion events and ceremonies are celebrated for the new trends they showcase. But some fashion shows are aimed at achieving bigger goals. Goals like promoting social causes and changing mindsets. What happens when fashion becomes socially engaged? Swati Singh reports.
We’re bang in the middle of the festive season, and so the time is ripe to re-do our wardrobe in accordance with the spirit of celebration. Here’s a look at some of India’s leading designers who have done wonders with ethnic wear by introducing cuts that are both modern and traditional.
India’s leading jewellery designer Suhani Pittie launches Men’s jewellery. The debut collection is inspired by the man of today who knows what he wants and strives to get it while never undermining the values he has learnt.
The theme for the upcoming Amazon India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017, slated to begin on Wednesday, touches upon Indian culture and heritage. Several designers participating in the show have come up with modern adaptations of traditional wear, writes Preeti Singh.
As a celebrity, you can’t get a better platform to show off your latest fashion hauls and personal grooming upgrades than a red-carpet event. It is while walking the red carpet that real stars feel most at home, and it’s here that they are seen in their true element. A report by Preeti Singh.
Mrs India Earth was held at ITC Welcome Hotel, Dwarka, from 28-30 September. It was a three-day event. After achieving excellence in the previous editions, Mrs. India Queen, the prestigious pageant, is now back with a bang.