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An ethnic twist to streetwear that spells comfort and style

Actress Bibriti Chatterjee and model Subhamita Banerjee walked the walk on the Calcutta streets on a laid-back Sunday to bring the vision alive. 
1. Bibriti looks lost in romance as she walks down BBD Bagh in a polka-dotted off-white jamdani dress, styled with a sky blue oversized shirt. The chunky pearl earrings complement the polka dots and the tan belt is for shape. Olivia has the carefreeness of beachwear in mind in the white-and-blue bandana and tan gladiators. Wavy hair, bronze skin and brown lips add to the subtle charm.

Saionee Chakraborty   |     |   Published 16.09.20, 10:16 PM

Streetwear is like an ideal relationship. One that makes you happy and sets your free only to realise yourself. With billions of fans worldwide who have made this style their own, making it more eclectic, streetwear is a classic in many ways. Sayantan Sarkar and Olivia Sinha Roy crush on it too. The duo behind the three-month-old Vian, “a pret label for primarily younger online clients” that is available online, have designed and styled a streetwear-inspired lookbook for The Telegraph made up of “everyday clothes”, “neutral colours” and “a lot of separates”. “It is relaxed but styled like streetwear,” they say. Model-turned-actress Bibriti Chatterjee and model Subhamita Banerjee walked the walk on the Calcutta streets on a laid-back Sunday to bring the vision alive. 

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6. Subhamita channels easy style in an anti-fit black dress made street cool with big hoops, strappy sandals, a stack of golden bangles and a multicoloured bandana. While Olivia picks this as daywear or for the beach, Sayantan feels the gold belt lends it a dose of glam.  



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