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Here's a look at what the Lakmé Fashion Week’s Gen Next designers have in store for their runway debut
Lakmé Fashion Week’s Gen Next designers look beyond fashion’s buzzwords and talk to us about how their journey has shaped their labels up to their runway debut
She has also dressed the likes of Janhvi Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan, and Kriti Sanon.
Chandrima Agnihotri, who is all set to debut her collection at LFW S/R 2020, plays up the idea of indigenous hand embroidery on Western silhouettes
Ahead of his performance in Hyderabad, choreographer Jonathan Hollander talks about his dance piece, SHAKTI
The performance is in collaboration with the United States Embassy and the Monsoon Raga Foundation.
From jewelled gloves to Mohawk maagtika, Outhouse is redefining fashion and how
Swati Vijaivargie’s Winter/Festive collection, Morbagh is an amalgamation of Indian motifs and Turkish textile
Titled Morbagh (which means peacock garden in Hindi), the Winter Festive line, according to her, is an amalgamation of Indian floral, bird motifs with colours and textures taken from antique Turkish t
Delectable brioche to crusty croissants, the new-and-improved French Loaf on TTK Road has 101 ways to indulge
Don't miss their tri-coloured French velvet cake inspired by the country's flag
Check out the new collection from label Sheetal Zaveri by Vithaldas as they offer a chic update to heirloom jewellery
Her latest designs were first spotted on the runway when she collaborated with Mumbai-based designer Payal Singhal to create the ramp accessories.
Shades of India’s festive collection, Jugni employs origami folding techniques on Punjabi gota patti
An assortment of Winter/Festive apparel that includes variations of kurtas, pyjamas, saris, blouses, shararas, skirts and dupattas, the line boasts a massive range of 75 styles
Damon Lindelof didn't take lightly the challenge of adapting the most acclaimed graphic novel of all time.
We trace how he made his way up from the Indian National Racing Championship circuits to the paddocks of Formula 1 in 2010
Sobhita Dhulipala on being self-sufficient, doing Bard of Blood, bringing the iconic Tara Khanna to screen, choosing her scripts, and not believing in having a check-list
Few Indian faces are as recognisable globally in the motorsports community as Karun Chandhok.
Author Arya Rajam talks about her journey, future and relationship with mother, acclaimed dancer Anita Ratnam
Daughter of famed danseuse Anita Ratnam, Arya first created ripples when she published her book Blood, Sweat and Tears in 2013.
The designer talks to us in an exclusive interview
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