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Five festive sari looks ahead of Diwali

She thinks she is the “Blair Waldorf of Calcutta without the brands”. The effervescent Parno Mittr...

Talking style with Aparshakti Khurana

What does fashion mean to you? Fashion to me means comfort, individuality and a good fit. How would you defi...
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Every object tells a story

Laila Tyabji, chairperson and founder member of Dastkar  Society for Crafts & Craftspeople, New Delhi...

Make-up for the better half

For reasons unknown my Facebook feed has been showing bridal make-up artists at work. I am happy that Facebook...

Made-in-Calcutta wardrobe

Mira Nair’s much-awaited series A Suitable Boy, that dropped on Netflix on October 23, gave us ample gli...

Nusrat and Yash get into Puja classics

Nusrat Jahan and Yash Dasgupta play ATS peers in Puja release SOS Kolkata, directed by Anshuman Pratyush. A&nb...

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Style  /  Published 16.09.20

An ethnic twist to streetwear

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 ...
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Style  /  Published 15.09.20

Revamp your home based on your personality

The author runs her own soft furnishing brand Onset while working with her family textile business. She has taught Textiles at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology and been a visiting l...
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Style  /  Published 14.09.20

A haute joaillier with his heart in Calcutta

Amidst reiterations of “I love this!” from Armata, the articulate Mukherjee went on to describe each piece from the three collections that were inspired by the quintessential lived-out pas...
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Style  /  Published 13.09.20

Tarun Tahiliani's ‘Infinite’ journey

The showcase marked the first digital outing for Blenders Pride Fashion Tour in the form of Infinite — My Identity, My Pride, which saw Tarun put up a fashion show that compensated for being vir...
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Style  /  Published 13.09.20

Elton J Fernandez on his life of an 'aesthete'

His favourite feature to play upon is the “personality”. “Make-up for me is an extension of wardrobe and personality and not the other way round,” he says. A “maximalist&...
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Style  /  Published 11.09.20

Style-o-meter at the US Open 2020

7. Serena Williams: The 23-time Grand Slam winner debuted an all-red look, covering everything from her hair accessories to her sweatbands and Nike set in a cherry red shade. She finished it off with ...
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Style  /  Published 10.09.20

Ode in khadi to Raja Ravi Varma

Favourite dyes to work with: Natural dyes. I love dabbling with new shades that will enrich my designs. Over the years, we have developed several new colour palettes, and will continue to create new...
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Style  /  Published 09.09.20

The invisible coat

At fashion consultant and designer Dryce Lahssan’s Paris boutique, you get only one thing. An indication of the sparseness is a lack of any indication on the front of the boutique — no sig...
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Style  /  Published 09.09.20

Indian crafts for a cause

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Style  /  Published 08.09.20

Aditi and Gaurav on Authenticity and instinct

When two best friends become co-panellists then the chemistry is palpable even though we are all watching it virtually. The honest conversations on life were so insightful and both our guests shared h...
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