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A cut above!
If you want to give the world a peek into your sensual side, try a thigh-high slit.
After flaunting the mid-riff for a while now, designers are now focussing on a new region of attraction: the legs, to be precise. The Golden Hour by Arpita Mehta at Lakme Fashion Week was one such case. An ethnic and vibrant bridal collection with intricate mirror work embroidery, Arpita worked from heavily-worked anarkali to embroidered lehengas and flared long skirts making us excited for the wedding season with her drool-worthy collection. The thigh high slit lehenga had an aura of itself as teamed with a fitted black blouse with golden embellished yoke brought the modern touch to the bridal look.
Source: thehindu Website

The new fashionables are free-spirited: Designer Ritu Kumar
Indian fashion designer Ritu Kumar reveals she's impressed by how the new generation doesn’t want to be restricted to anything that’s pre-defined for them. Kumar believes the young generation of today, have a sense of individualism about fashion. "They are choosing to buy a kurti with a pair of jeans," she says. Adding, "It's the evolution that is happening, it's something that is not being dictated by anybody."
Kumar believes it is a form of freedom of expression.
Source: dnaindia Website

Sign up for sustainable fashion, now
Thanks to technology, ‘repurposing’ is poised for momentous changes. In other words, ‘outdated’ fashion is being reused to create new trends: waste is so last season; recycling is the new ‘in thing’. So don’t be surprised when you see a skirt that sneaks in a banarasi border from your grandma’s wardrobe.
One of the nicest things about this trend is that, sustainable fashion gets a huge boost. For instance, when we see metal studs on a leather jacket, there are high chances they are made out of metal scrap.
Source: mydigitalfc

SandeepSrivastava composes new song 'Chalo Mumbai'
Director and lyricist SandeepSrivastava has composed a new song titled 'Chalo Mumbai' on the occasion of GanpatiVisarjan. With the motto of "Unity in Diversity", Sandeep, who is known for his work in films like New York and Life In a Metro, has recorded the song as part of a new initiative by IndianRoots.com -- an online market place for Indian fashion.
Source: timesofindia Website

All about the Great Indian Jutti
From Madonna’s iconic Indian phase to Gaurav Gupta’s red carpet moment, Indian¬† fashion has come a long way. Shimmering fabrics, detailed hand embroidery and vibrant colours are just some of the elements that are taking Indian fashion to the international stage.
One of the most exciting Indian fashion elements that has been re-styled and re-branded recently is The Great Indian Jutti. The desijuttis have now become bespoke, unique, quirky and super trendy. Modern juttis are an artist’s canvas, a statement piece, unifying styles and arts from all over the country.
Source: newindianexpress Website

 

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