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Arpita drapes her Puja fave

Make-up artist Aniruddha Chakladar, almost like a mentor to actress Arpita, remembered almost screaming at his...

Life before bra

Bras are a western construct, come out of a culture that celebrated the upper torso and not the navel; of a we...
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An ethnic twist to streetwear

Streetwear is like an ideal relationship. One that makes you happy and sets your free only to realise yourself...

A haute joaillier with his heart in Calcutta

When Sabyasachi Mukherjee talks, you listen. Even if it is a visibly technophobic man indulging his countless ...

Tarun Tahiliani's ‘Infinite’ journey

Made me more focused and stronger. We have to work and support craft and our heritage like NEVER BEFORE”...

Elton J Fernandez on his life of an 'aesthete'

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Style  /  Published 09.08.20

New resort wear line with an underwater shoot

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Style  /  Published 08.08.20

Stitching a sustainable saga

With this in mind and to expand the business, we needed both capital and expertise, which could come from a right partner and, in our case, it was General Atlantic (GA). The team at GA brings in their...
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Entertainment  /  Published 28.06.20

Celebrities and their fave sunlight spots

In the present pandemic situation when going out unnecessarily should be avoided at all costs, there are very few opportunities for photoholics (like me) to take images against nice backdrops and cool...
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Style  /  Published 01.01.05

Off with their faces!

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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

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 21.10.19

Four young F&B entrepreneurs bring out their style

Sudhir Ahuja, the owner of Bakstage, the Sector V rock pub, “poured a drink after 45 days”. Pravakar Yonzone, the co-owner of Momo I Am chain of restaurants, didn’t know how time flew by. Vijyan...
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Style  /  Published 27.05.20

Turmeric: Your skin's best friend

A healthy and vibrant skin is everyone’s dream. Even men deep down wish to have a glowing skin. Amongst the many benefits attributed to turmeric, probably the most important spice in Indian dishes, ...
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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 09.05.04

Reign of tyranny

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