Just discard those old-fashioned stockings and brave winter’s chills in the most extravagant and eye-catching style possible by simply ‘booting-it up’ this season! And we take the cue from the runways of top brands sporting lissome models strutting about with designs to die-for…
Top of the pick is Gucci with a pair of snug, snake leather, thigh-high boots that will set the opposition talking, while Loriblu’s suede black boots feature stalks of pink roses to keep those eyes riveted... Read More
Texture has a coveted place in fashion. It not only plumps up the look of a product but adds a tactile element to it, breaking the boring monotony of an endlessly smooth veneer. Simply put -the Yin and Yang – the smooth with the rugged and the bold with the minute. You see, balance is after all the key to harmony in life…
Recognizing this secret is Chanel’s gold number proudly flaunting its double C logo over it, Louis Vuitton’s red and black bag with white crisscross stitches... Read More
Yet another strong trend this season comes by way of studs. They not only stand out they also have a powerful glint of gold. (Eureka! So that could be the secret to their attraction. Mankind’s eternal love for the yellow metal…)
Aigner displays its love for all things equestrian by ‘studding’ a skin-colour belt with its hoof-shaped logo. Instant brand recognition apart (for Aigner of... Read More
Snake it all over and turn reptilian with a vengeance! Leading fashion houses are out to tempt you with reptilian textures and prints such as snake, lizard, alligator or crocodile, both faux and real, which now come in a rainbow of colours
Balenciaga has a neat, swanky tote sporting croc texture in bright blue while Bulgari goes for a fiery, orangish-red and black combo which comes... Read More
It is said that though a leopard can leap an astonishing seven feet, unfortunately, it would take much more than that to save the beautiful animal which is fast disappearing from our wildlife reserves around the world due to mankind’s greed.
But none the less, you can bring attention to its plight by adorning yourself with leopard-print attire and accessories which... Read More
Fur is never too much when you need to brave the chill. So leading fashion brands go all out to present their most sumptuous and luxurious designs this autumn-winter season just for you
Fur may be a controversial topic among both animal lovers and environmentalists, but there’s no denying the fact that in the world’s coldest climates where sub-zero temperatures... Read More
They’ve been shouting about it from the rooftops all season that ‘Green is the new Black’ and if you’ve not heard it, it’s simply too bad (time to get those ears examined we would advice).
But even if some of you have not heard it, we only hope that you (and the rest of us included) have been actively practicing ‘Going green’. Leading designers however, have taken up the cause in... Read More
We can vouch for it. There’s a touch of ‘yellow fever’ in town this season (in the fashion world that is). It was first seen in Spring 2014 when colour specialists Pantone declared ‘Freesia’ as the shade to vouch for. And as it’s such an unabashedly sunshiny-happy hue, you are guaranteed instant attention just wherever you go. (But it’s up to you how much you can handle).
And you... Read More
It’s advised that you don’t see red (for obviously it hikes up one’s BP) but instead get ready for action with some va va vroom numbers flashing RED!
The colour has been touted to boost your spirits as well as energy in just any setting and is the fave colour of several cultures around the world in the East as well as the West. So embrace it with verve.
Ex... Read More
Dive into blue to come away refreshed! Said to be one of the most popular colours across the world and a cool colour at that, blue has an appeal that cuts across barriers. What’s more, leading designs have a tempting line-up of creations to blow your blues away!
Blue was also a latecomer used in art and decoration as it was difficult to produce. It was also not used for dyeing... Read More