SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's rich are foregoing fancy new private jets in favour of second-hand planes or rentals, reflecting how the country's business elite are increasingly shunning flashy signs of wealth amid slower economic growth. Business Standard, 1 week ago
It's time to make space in your wardrobe :) From dreamy and effortless cocktail gowns to tailored suits for corporate dressing, the Mercedes-Benz China Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017 had something in store for everyone. Presenting the Top 10 looks. IMAGE: Denims are back in vogue! A model walks down the ramp showcasing the Chenwen studio collection by designer Chen Wen, dressed in a contemporary denim shirt dress worn with a traditional Chinese ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
The historical film Flowers of War inspired Dubai-based designer Furne One's recent show. Dubai-based fashion brand Amato never fails to impress on the runway. This year at the Fashion Forward March in Dubai, the designer put on a stunning show inspired by old world glamour, decadence and opulence of the past decades. The show resembled a Mad Hatter's fashion party with models dressed in outlandish head gear. The theme 'flowers of war' emphasised that 'war is stupid'. The ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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