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Indian looms hit the runway
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Indian looms hit the runway

While Kiram Uttam Ghosh was inspired by Khadi, Deepika Govind soaked in the colours and culture of Rajasthan. Both designers bring traditional Indian textiles back on the ramp in a big, big way. Kiran Uttam Ghosh takes khadi, a fabric her grandmother used to spin, and turns it into an irresistible fashion statement. Beautiful cuts magically mixed with a sheer cape and carefully placed detailing… no wonder, Sucheta Sharma looks so happy sashaying down the ramp. Flaunt your heritage in ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Japanese interventions

I think I was Japanese in my last birth, says Kiran Uttam Ghosh . The Kolkata-based designer may make embroidered wedding garments, but she will continue to be recognized as the Indian designer who creates pleats. Metallic silvers, old gold, bold ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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Makeup lessons from Shraddha Kapoor

The Bollywood star took to the runway for Lakme's 'Makeup Show'. Photograph: Courtesy, Lakme Fashion Week Actress Shraddha Kapoor is the face of Lakme. So when the makeup brand hosted its first 'makeup show' at the fashion week, she was on the runway. Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com But Shraddha Kapoor was not the star of this show. It was the makeup itself. Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com And so you had one model after another walking down the runway with their faces painted, ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Vote for the hottest celeb on the runway!

Lakme Fashion Week that drew to a close over the weekend saw dozens of celebrities walking the ramp for their designer friends. Which, obviously, begs the question: Who's the hottest of them all? Let the games begin! Nargis Fakhri Nargis Fakhri walked for Suneet Verma. And quite simply knocked our socks off! :-) Photograph courtesy: Lakme Fashion Week Dia Mirza On the other end of the spectrum was a very, very de-glam Dia Mirza who walked for Anavila Misra. Does your heart beat for the ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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Woot! Monica Dogra is here!

We love Monica Dogra. But you probably knew that. So when we saw her on the runway with Aditya Roy Kapoor for Tom Tailor, we couldn't stop ourselves from wolf-whistling! Here she is alongside Aditya Roy Kapoor. Photograph courtesy: Lakme Fashion Week Talking of Adi, we couldn't help noticing how young he looked! Photograph courtesy: Lakme Fashion Week See! It's almost as if he's shed a few years! Photograph: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com And while we couldn't help wondering the secret behind his ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Ugochi Latoya Igwilo is the first Nigerian model at Lakme Fashion Week

"When I came to India, I did not have a plan. I had no friends or mentors. The journey to success hasn't been easy. But looking back, I feel the struggle was worth it. My parents and siblings are very proud of me today," says the 23 year old, Ugochi Latoya Igwilo. Image: Ugochi in a Dev R Nil creation. Photograph: Courtesy Lakme Fashion Week About five and a half years ago, when Ugochi Latoya Igwilo packed her bags and came to India, little did she know that she was going to be the next big ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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How to plan smart for your retirement

While rising life expectancy is considered a good thing, there is a financial risk involved. As people live longer, the monetary demands mount and it raises serious considerations about longevity risk. Longevity risk, the chance that people will live longer than expected, is potentially very expensive and has serious repercussions when planning for retirement. Outliving one's savings is frightening. In India, the average life expectancy was around 42 in 1960. It is now around 67 and 69 years ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Calcutta noir

In its 30 years, the state-owned Nandan multiplex in Kolkata had never seen what it has been seeing now: three newly released Bengali detective films playing back to back. As detective after detective untangled knotty crimes on screen, the long ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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