I recently got my hands on the fresh new ‘BeeJewelled’ collection by CaratLane and I couldn’t wait to wear some of the pretty […]
Its been a while since I did a ‘Looking Back’ post. The last one I did was for November last year. There’s just […]
November has been nothing less than a crazy month! Weddings in full swing, major changes in work, launches and parties happening everywhere and […]
Its officially wedding season! And festive season. There is an unexplained exponential increase in traffic on the roads, people going crazy shopping, lit […]
After the conclusion of the recent ‘Wedding Season’, yes, that IS a real thing in India, I decided to share some looks that I myself adopted while attending a couple of weddings this season. There are the outfits, but that is only the tip of the iceberg. The look comprises of so much more – the make-up, the jewelry and even the perfume you pick out. So here is the complete dig.
If you have seen the recent #Stylaned feature on Label Ritu Kumar, you would also be knowing that the collection used in it is part of her latest Spring/Summer 2013 collections which was showcased as part of the Grand Finale in the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week.
You can literally take a whiff of the profound romance that exudes off of Ritu Kumar garments. THAT is how much I have always been in love with her and her work. While a lot of people may say she lacks the radical ‘newness; that a lot of designers belonging to the younger generation bring to Indian Fashion, she really doesn’t need to.
It was a close gathering of fine people from the fashion fraternity and the employees of Lecoanet Hemant for the showcasing of their Summer 2012 Collection. People were mingling, sipping on wine, eating some cheese when all of a sudden, out of nowhere, quite like a ‘fLashmob’ but not quite either…women…wearing the new collection, walked into the foyer area. Women with real bodies and real faces and real personalities. Right from Lecoanet Hemant’s employees to designers, entrepreneurs and more, women from all walks of life showcased the collection in what was a brilliant and id say bold concept. I could see Hemant written all over this idea. And that is why I have so much respect for the guy.