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Athiya Shetty gives us fashion inspiration in cool back-to-back looks

Le 24 juin 2017, 09:05 dans Mode 0

When it comes to fashion, it’s well known that Athiya Shetty has a liking for all things cool. The Hero actress never fails to surprise us with her wardrobe and to put it straight, these days she is simply on a roll. Recently, while attending an event with her dad Suniel Shetty the actress was seen doing the denim-on-denim trend with so much flair that we just couldn’t help but fall in love with it.

Now, the budding star is back at giving us fashion goals in not one but two cool looks. Both were completely different from each other and she carried them really well. Shetty joined Illeana D’Cruz, Arjun Kapoor, and Anil Kapoor on the sets of Nach Baliye for the promotion of her upcoming film Mubarakan in a Payal Khandwala dress. We love the boho and desi touch of the pink and gold chevron print silk gown.

There were too many elements at play here with the collared neckline and silver jewellery from Amrapali Jewels but she pulled it off beautifully with a pair of strappy, sleek metallic heels. We love the touch of braids and soft waves to this look. Her beauty game was good with the grey winged liner, dewy make-up and a soft pink pout. She looked lovely.

At another event, she was seen working separates like a boss from Bibhu Mohapatra’s Spring 2017 collection. The bustier detail peplum blouse with the striped wide legged pants looked lovely on her.

The statement gold dangling earrings from Eurumme, a bright pink lip shade, a radiant face and beautiful bouncy beach waves added a nice touch to her look.Read more at: | one shoulder formal dresses

Kate Middleton channels Princess Diana and flashes long legs in see-through white dress

Le 22 juin 2017, 05:15 dans Mode 0

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Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, on Tuesday flashed her long legs in a see-through lace dress, and soon comparisons were drawn between her and the late Princess Diana, who showed off her pins in a sheer white skirt almost four decades earlier.

Diana was then a kindergarten assistant and this was one of the first photographs of hers since news of her romantic relationship with Prince Charles made headlines.

The photograph showed Diana balancing a youngster on her hip, and dressed in a maroon sweater and while sheer skirt. The outline of her shapely legs was visible as the sun beamed behind her.

Arthur Edwards, who took the photo, told the Sun: "This was one of the first photos to make my name.

Diana was a class assistant at the Young England Kindergarten in Pimlico, London, in September 1980 and I started taking photos to capture the princess-to-be at work. But then the sun came out and made her skirt completely see-through. The shot made the front page of The Sun and people still ask me about it today."

Princess Diana has been in the news for the past few days, thanks to her biographer Andrew Morton's decision to release secret tapes where the princess opened up about dealing with her crumbling marriage to Prince Charles. She also revealed she attempted suicide multiple times since her royal wedding in 1981.

"She wanted these tapes to come out," Morton said during an appearance on Good Morning Britain, defending his decision to release the tapes now. "She was talking to me because she wanted it all published even though it was all undertaken in secrecy. She wasn't wasting her time.

"Princess Diana is now a major historical figure. People will still be writing about her in 300 years' time."

He added: "We all know the facts when it comes to her story. She herself went on TV and gave an interview to Martin Bashir about everything.

"To my knowledge, there are going to be 16 documentaries about her around the anniversary of her death. She is going to be celebrated this year, but at the same time, people cannot ignore her past. My book is Diana in her own words."Read more at:pink formal dresses

When Guilty is good

Le 20 juin 2017, 04:45 dans Mode 0

SAMAL Singh may not come from a fashion background but his love for clothes at a very young age prompted him to be a fashion designer and to focus on collections that bring together brotherhood bonding regardless of race, religion and sexuality.

Hence was the birth of his latest collection, Guilty, one of the local designs who hit the runway at the Fiji Fashion Week 10th anniversary a month ago at the Vodafone Arena in Suva.

According to Samal, this collection was new, attractive and unique which was apt for brothers from all walks of life.

"I am not from a fashion background. I'm the only from my family who ventured into the fashion industry," Samal said.

"I have always loved clothes from the very beginning. My dad wanted me to become a lawyer which I was not very passionate about.

"I have been with the fashion industry for the past seven years now and going into my eighth year.

"Through hard work and dedication, I am now an established fashion designer from being an emerging fashion designer for two years."

Delivering something different every year is what Samal loves the most.

He has been doing women's fashion wear for the past seven years and like any other designer, he wanted to experience something new so he thought of trying out the men's wear at this year's show.

With every effort and skills put together, Samal successfully came out with the Guilty collection and as he described the T-shirts and shirts he designed as selling like "hot cakes".

"I have had a couple of Guilty collections launched at photo shoots early this year as well as last month and they were gone like hot cakes.

"Brothers who bought the tees said it was really trendy, cool, appealing and bold to them.

"They also said they always wanted to go with fashion and wearing the Samal Singh collection was the best to be in that arena."

The established Fijian designer said the inspiration behind Guilty 2017 was the latest cuts, colours, zips and manliness and no guy would want to miss this collection adding the wow factor in his collection would be the cuts, colours and the entire style of menswear.

The Guilty collection, according to Samal, is classy, elegant and trendy and the designs are current and are sure to make anyone feel comfortable, attractive and fashionable.

"In today's times, we are all striving to move ahead and what better way to shine your confidence then to wear Guilty."

Samal has also scooped the Most Promising Designer of the year award and travelled to Melbourne for his internship.

Having that fashion passion from an early age, Samal believes will help him have a good sense to produce designs based on a combination of factors, including the latest trends.

"I have the love for fabrics and to style people.

" Whatever you wear, see that it complements your body and complexion. It all comes down to how you wear it and carry it no matter what brand you choose to wear. And above all carry it with confidence," Samal added.Read more at:princess formal dresses | red formal dresses

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