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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

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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

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

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Style  /  Published 11.06.20

Right frame of mind

Covid suddenly has us dealing with revenue loss, layoffs, social isolation and the fear of infection. With uncertain examination schedules, unavailability of friends and absence of sports and physical...
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Style  /  Published 11.06.20

Bicycle divas

A few days ago, Queen Máxima of the Netherlands casually rode her bicycle to an official event at an art museum in The Hague, looking stunning in a bright yellow pant suit. She made us think of a few...
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Style  /  Published 11.06.20

Happy to be just breathing

Every cloud has a silver lining. With the slower pace of life during the pandemic comes an opportunity for discovery and the realisation that we should appreciate the most basic things in life, such a...
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Style  /  Published 04.06.20

India Fashion Week set to go digital

For a world in flux, the Internet has come out stronger than ever to unite people and to ensure businesses still have some semblance of normalcy as we continue to be plagued by a pandemic and an econo...
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Style  /  Published 03.06.20

Support and be supported

When trees and homes fall like ninepins, the weary heart becomes too heavy. When nature ravages nature, everything stills, as if in a dark void. As I write this a week after the monstrous Amphan, a st...
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Style  /  Published 03.06.20

Come into the parlour safe

With the Coronavirus pandemic shuttering salons for over two months, baking banana bread is not the only new skill people have acquired. Some have found a stylist in their partners, while others have ...
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Style  /  Published 03.06.20

The washing protocol

First COVID and then for the eastern part of the country, Amphan. It has been mentally, physically and emotionally exhausting. We have all, literally, been in the eye of the storm. So yes, it is but n...
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Style  /  Published 03.06.20

Soap, beautiful soap

The soap is now the centrepiece of our lives. It kills the enemy: the coronavirus. Soap dissolves the coronavirus’s fat membrane, the lipid bilayer that is the weakest link of the virus, and renders...
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Style  /  Published 03.06.20

Malls to get a new look

Malls and shopping centres are about to reopen. When they do they are going to look something like this.Thermal checks at the entrance, sanitiser bottles right after, pared shelves, probably fewer opt...
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Style  /  Published 03.06.20

Is it JOLGO, JOLO or mean old FOMO?

Are we happy or are we not with our bodies? The days of quarantine are bringing to us another kind of complexity: about body-image.Reports are extremely conflicting.One day we read an NYT article tha...
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