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Zaara Khan: My tryst with experimental fashion

It’s very rare to find a designer who understands your requirements irrespective of your age and body type.

Fashion Weeks are about experimental style making sure you don’t look odd and one designer I trusted on for Amazon India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2018 {#AIFWSS18} was Zaara Khan. Continue Reading

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Timeless Tapestry by Prishaa: for all occasions

We all have those flowy silhouettes which add the glam quotient to our outfit while attending a party or an event but when I choose an outfit I make sure it’s fuss free so that I can be at calm and enjoy the evening. One such outfit which I wore for #AIFWSS18 was this alluring outfit consisting of an off-shoulder crop top paired with a graceful long skirt from Timeless Tapestry by Prishaa. I have honestly never worn a crop top before and neither did I ever think it will look good on me but somehow seeing the beautiful outfit, I could not resist myself and Priyanka Sharma, the founder of the brand ensured that it will look good on me. So, I excitedly waited for a few days for my customized dress to arrive! Continue Reading

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Nida Mahmood for Deivee at Amazon India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2018

Nida Mahmood, the master creator of unique prints who is popularly known as the Queen of Kitsch presented her collection in collaboration with Deivee, an active lifestyle brand from India founded by Milind Soman and Darshan M at the Amazon India Fashion Week Spring Summer 2018 in association with Nexa. Fashion, graphics, art, creativeness, film, installation, interiors are Nida’s main forte and she presented an atheleisure and sporty collection inspired by the four zones of India, East- ikat (from Orissa), West- indigo printing & dyeing (from Gujarat/Rajasthan), North- rich Banarasi brocades (Mughal patterns of delicate flowers and leaves on delicate creepers), South- Uppada and Narayanpet sarees (inspired by stripes & colour blocking). Continue Reading