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Ujjawal Dubey: set to travel down memory lane

Fashion designer Ujjawal Dubey is all set to travel down memory lane with Restore Love, an initiative by his l...

The quintessential kurta gets a makeover

A kurta is a kurta is a kurta. Not quite. One look at designer Rina Singh’s line of kurtas for UNIQLO&rs...
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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

For a generation spurred on by the aspiration of perhaps beating the speed of light in their quest to conquer ...

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

Make-up professional Rebecca Rajpal, based in Calcutta and London, on safety practices when meeting a client: ...

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Health  /  Published 27.06.20

Milind Soman on health and wellness

Health and wellness is not the rocket science that people make it out to be and is all about the basics, feels Milind Soman. He chatted with us ahead of his Transformation Series 2020, a series of web...
By Saionee Chakraborty in

Style  /  Published 27.06.20

Doggos and their humans during Covid-19

However, at present, he is living with Lolo, as Spooky is at his parents’ house.Was petcare tough during lockdown?It was a bit tough at times. Lhasa dogs have a long coat and that needs proper trimm...
By Priyanka Roy (intern) in

Style  /  Published 27.06.20

The minimalist icons

Maharani Gayatri Devi: Tasteful and timeless. The pastel chiffon saris are a classic, offset with pearls, diamonds and other jewels. She set the standard for graceful fashion.Albert Einstein: He wore ...
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Style  /  Published 25.06.20

Changing definitions of fashion

When we dialled Rajesh Pratap Singh on Tuesday morning, the fashion designer known for his minimal charm, said the offer to become the creative director of Satya Paul came as a “pleasant surprise”...
By Saionee Chakraborty in

Style  /  Published 24.06.20

Children need a way out and play

For a child, March to June every year symbolises an end to exams, summer holidays, vacation plans, splashing in the pool, ice creams, friends and the excitement of starting a new academic year. But, a...
By Mayukh Banerjee in

Style  /  Published 24.06.20

Bringing the store back

Timely movesWhile every precaution is in place, bringing back hesitant customers is still a challenge and will continue to be for some time. However, the lockdown encouraged business-owners like me to...
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Style  /  Published 24.06.20

Bobbi Brown on living through the pandemic

Scroll through Bobbi Brown’s Instagram profile and you will instantly have a smile on your face. An iconic name in the field of make-up, who has since ventured into wellness and hospitality too, the...
By Saionee Chakraborty in

Style  /  Published 18.06.20

Of red hair and freckles filters

New face of fashionYou have been seeing a lot of unusual Vogue covers. They are DIY front pages of the magazine, a result of the #VogueChallenge, which asked everyone to pose as a virtual cover model...
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Style  /  Published 18.06.20

Bring on the sun

In the three decades of a challenging journey at work all kinds of scenarios have emerged, but given the discipline that goes into nurturing start-ups, the maximum number of days the NecessitySwatiGau...
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Style  /  Published 18.06.20

Oh nose! Thou art chic

Romance and tragedy Pinocchio’s nose grew because he lied. The nose was also blamed for broken hearts. Cyrano de Bergerac, a 17th century French playwright who inspired Edmond Rostand’s famous 189...
By Chandrima S. Bhattacharya in


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