Think long sari blouse and you zoom in on 1950s in general and Nutan in Anari (1959) in particular. Considering fashion is nothing but recycled trends it shouldn’t
In a first of sorts, clothes took a backseat and jewelled accessories like necklaces, bracelets and earrings took centrestage as the curtains came down on India couture week on Sunday.
Day two of the ongoing India couture week saw collections by two designers who stuck to their roots. While Rina Dhaka translated traditional gota patti work into ethno-modern silhouettes
Replicating the interiors of a vintage luxury train, the stage was set for Sabyasachi’s Ferozabad collection that kicked off Fashion Design Council of India’s (FDCI) India couture week on Tuesday
The gems and jewellery industry has sought constitution of special notified zones for import and trading of rough diamonds. With the introduction of presumptive tax the industry will
- Jun13By PTI
Online marketplace giant eBay is sharpening focus on the fashion and lifestyle segment in India saying that buyers are looking beyond electronics and gadgets to shop on e-commerce sites.
- May22By PTI
Marking the biggest consolidation in the e-commerce space in India, homegrown e-retailer Flipkart has acquired online fashion retailer Myntra in an estimated Rs 2,000 crore deal.
While the companies did
- Apr10By Gaurav Issar
Black is back on red carpets around the world. Once considered the ugly duckling of gemstones and left to languish in the wings for years black diamonds are
With flavour of the season, Kangana Ranaut, gliding down the ramp in a sweeping black gown with metallic embellishments for Namrata Joshipura’s grand finale collection, the curtains came down on
Almora, nestled in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, is known for its panoramic view of the Himalayas, the Nanda Devi temple and delicious cuisine. But it might come as