Category: Fashion

Sonam Kapoor slays airport fashion in boho chic outfit. Hubby Anand says illegal to look THAT good

Sonam Kapoor slays airport fashion in boho chic...

June 10, 2019 By King

Sonam Kapoor at the Mumbai airport Sonam Kapoor Ahuja is a true blue fashionista and she proves that every day with her incredible and resplendant style game. The actor is known for her fearless fashion and for experimenting with quirky choices. Recently, she was snapped at the Mumbai airport and, like always, she slayed airport

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Bangalore Times Fashion Week 2019 begins today

June 2, 2019 By King

Kavita Agarwal ’s collection Rangrez will soak you in stunning colours. It magnifies the richness of the costumes for men and women with its finest embroidery work done on the kapas and organza fabrics and splendid colours inspired by nature. Redefine the Boho chic in you through Label Ritu Kumar ’s Native Spirit collection, which

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Bangalore Times Fashion Week 2019 begins today
Al-Jamila magazine, Persil promote Saudi fashion industry

Al-Jamila magazine, Persil promote Saudi fashio...

May 27, 2019 By King

Arabic monthly women’s magazine Al-Jamila, a publication of the Saudi Research and Marketing Group, has partnered with Persil Abaya Shampoo for a campaign promoting local talents in the fashion design industry. The Kachketna campaign aims to support young Saudi fashion designers in creating dresses and accessories inspired by the Kingdom’s culture and heritage, and which blend the

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What’s in store for the Indian fashion industry...

May 6, 2019 By King

2019 finally seems to be the year when India will set its image as a global fashion hub. Programs such as Make in India, Skill India and Digital India have pushed forward revolutionary policy changes for the business community and industry as a whole. This has been confirmed by the ‘State of Fashion 2019’ survey

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What’s in store for the Indian fashion industry in 2019
Chinese fashion e-tailer Club Factory looks to increase Indian sellers

Chinese fashion e-tailer Club Factory looks to ...

April 27, 2019 By King

(Representative image) NEW DELHI: As the regulatory noose tightens around Chinese e-commerce firms for alleged tax evasion coupled with protests by small traders, popular Chinese e-commerce platform Club Factory is looking to on-board more Indian sellers on its platform. The company founder & CEO Yon Lou said the company will use new capital for aggressive localisation here

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Meet The UK’s First 100% Not-For-Profit F...

April 26, 2019 By King

Scouting out projects in Africa ORIGIN Origin is the UK’s first fully not-for-profit fashion brand, and its founders are hoping to inspire others into a new way of doing business. Tom and Alice Cracknell launched Origin last year, with the help of a crowdfunding campaign, to prove that fashion could truly be a force for good. Origin

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Meet The UK’s First 100% Not-For-Profit Fashion Brand
India will be a big market for H&M globally: Janne Einola

India will be a big market for H&M globally...

April 5, 2019 By King

Hennes and Mauritz AB, the world’s second-largest fashion retailer, has had a good run in India. Last year, its flagship affordable clothing brand H&M crossed ₹1,100 crore in sales, three years after entering the market. It currently has 41 stores, and will continue to add one store a month. It has also launched its e-commerce site for

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7 icons who are shattering every age-related fa...

March 25, 2019 By King

From Jane Fonda to Rekha, meet our timeless titans I have a funny relationship with ageing. The older I get, the more self-assured I assume I’m going to magically become. In truth though, it’s gotten harder to ignore insinuations to not buy the neon dress that the shop owner thinks is too ‘girly’ for you,

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7 icons who are shattering every age-related fashion myth out there
Fashion week applauds Fukushima Pride

Fashion week applauds Fukushima Pride

March 24, 2019 By King

The problem with any road to a resurrection is the uphill struggle to the tipping point from victim to bold renaissance. In the case of Fukushima Prefecture, so cruelly devastated by the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami eight years ago this month, there has been a cultural shift as the resources poured into tourism

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