The second edition of Nayaab, an annual exhibition which celebrates the best of Indian weaves, was hosted in the national capital last week. Curated by Rupa Sood and Sharan Apparao, this year’s event turned out to be a grand showcase of some standout Indian designs, writes Preeti Singh.
DLF Emporio successfully hosted their exquisite and highly-exclusive men’s fashion show, L’Homme Luxury 2016, in the capital recently. The show presented leading international and Indian menswear luxury brands, displaying Autumn/Winter collection, writes Preeti Singh.
Fashion transcends cultural and national boundaries. This was made evident at the recent Asian Designer Fashion Week 2016, where designers from across Asia displayed their work on a common platform. Here are some of the major highlights of the show, compiled by Preeti Singh.
Attending an Indian wedding can be quite an experience. Besides, it’s an opportunity to flaunt the best and flashiest outfits in your wardrobe. But when it comes to ethnic wear, it’s important to keep things understated and simple. Let these designers tell you how to do that, by Preeti Singh.
There are no rules for fashion. But there is no doubt that fashion often follows a cyclical pattern. That’s why every few months, we hear about retro chic taking society by storm. And Bollywood is an important contributor in stoking this passion for all things vintage, writes Swati Singh.