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Ritu Kumar: Voice of fashion

She launched Calcutta’s first ever ‘designer wear’ outlet in a tiny room on Wellesley Street...

Good Earth Embraces ‘Still’ness

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Sabyasachi Mukherjee on the future of fashion

Sabyasachi Mukherjee is not a man of few words. And, when he speaks, you listen. You are inspired. A shining e...

Mantra for safe make-up

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What lies beneath?

The mask has already changed us, and not only physically. You don’t like feeling trapped in your own br...

Wash and dry them right

A few weeks ago this column had discussed the need to wash our bras after every wear. Today let’s talk a...

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Style  /  Published 04.07.20

Ritu Kumar: Voice of fashion

Being almost like a parent figure in the fraternity, what is your suggestion for all the designers? If you really ask me and it might come across as a bit of a shock, the Indian fashion industry jus...
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Style  /  Published 03.07.20

Good Earth Embraces ‘Still’ness

While the first one with dancer Shivani Varma explored stillness in motion through the languorous thaath anga of Kathak, the second collaboration saw artist Joya Mukherjee Logue delving into the still...
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Style  /  Published 02.07.20

Sabyasachi Mukherjee on the future of fashion

Missing the most: My workshop. I want to go back to work. An Instagram account I have started following this lockdown: @upworthy A movie I watched on loop: Ritwik Ghatak’s Meghe Dhaka Tara. Ev...
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Style  /  Published 01.07.20

Mantra for safe make-up

Dont’s Don’t blow on brushes. Don’t try to disinfect make-up by spraying isopropyl alcohol, as the product may spoil. Try to keep make-up safe in the first place. Don’t le...
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Style  /  Published 01.07.20

Wash and dry them right

A few weeks ago this column had discussed the need to wash our bras after every wear. Today let’s talk about drying our bras, especially now that the monsoon is engulfing us. But before that let...
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Style  /  Published 01.07.20

A question of colour

First Unilever announced that it will remove the word “fair” from its Fair & Lovely products. Now L’Oréal says it will also remove words such as “whitening” fr...
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Style  /  Published 01.07.20

What lies beneath?

The mask has already changed us, and not only physically. You don’t like feeling trapped in your own breath. Other side effects of the mask: an unbearable urge to scratch your nose appears and ...
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Style  /  Published 01.07.20

Designers unite for cause of Indian artisans

Reckoning and Realisations Anamika Khanna: I started okay because all of us were treating it like this much-needed forced break that we had been promising ourselves forever. But soon enough, this loc...
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Style  /  Published 30.06.20

Homegrown, sustainable fashion

They both have their love for street style in common and are the two parts of Vian, a “pret label for primarily younger online clients”. A certain romance defines the collection that is me...
By Saionee Chakraborty in Calcutta

Entertainment  /  Published 29.06.20

Celebrities and their fave sunlight spots

6. If you want to go for a no-make selfie, take a cue from Bhumi Pednekar who knows that the golden hour is ideal for a natural filter selfie. 7. “There are so many spots in my house that can b...
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