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29 Jan

Aiming to make wool all-weather fabric: Designer Rahul Mishra

Rahul Mishra's creation for International woolmark prize Imagine wearing a tie-and-dye design in wool or flaunting a garment made out of wool at the peak of Delhi summer! Young and experimental designer Rahul Mishra has tried such possibilities and more to “make wool more user-friendly with craftsmanship”.

“I’ve been working hard to make wool an all-weather fabric and I am really amazed with the outcome. All the wool designs that I have come up with can we worn even in the extreme summer of Delhi,” Mishra told IANS in an interview.

“I’ve also tried bandini (traditional tie-and-dye) on wool and one will see my signature Buddhist-inspired lotus motifs on around 25 garments which are a part of my collection,” added the designer, who has been chosen to represent India at the finals of International Woolmark Prize (IWP) next month.

He will fly to foreign fashion hub Milan to compete at the global event with his woollen line. He is among the top five contestants, all selected through a global search reaching across 24 countries and involving over 48 designers.

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29 Jan

Flaunt new age attitude with sparkling bridal jewellery

Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri LimitedBe it exquisitely designed elaborate multilayered necklaces inspired by nature or alluring nose rings, brides can now team up refreshingly new jewellery pieces with their traditional attire.

Jewellery retailer Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Limited (TBZ-The Original) has unveiled New Age Brides wedding collection that complements every wardrobe, said a statement.

It consists of elaborate multilayered necklaces inspired by nature, which can embrace the bride’s neck. There are matching earrings and nose rings to complete the look. Bracelets and armlets can further help you make a style statement.

The exquisite gold and diamond wedding jewellery collection comprises a well curated assortment of engagement and wedding rings, bangles and kangans, waist belts, tikkas and more.

29 Jan

Exquisite Pieces from AG Eternal Jewellery Make for the Perfect Valentine’s Day Gifts

Ruby red bangle bracelet from AG Eternal JewelleryThe most romantic month of the year is upon us. If ever you have faced a conundrum regarding that perfect and unique gift for your loved one, AG Eternal Jewellery is a one-stop shop for you. Each of AG Eternal’s jewellery pieces is custom designed by the man himself Mr. Amar Ghanasingh, who has been serving his loyal clientele for the past 45 years.

AG Eternal Jewellery is set to create new wave in the world of Indo-western designer jewellery. It comprises designing and crafting of unique and luxurious pieces inspired by the clients, for the clients. Each piece embodies a timeless legacy and beauty whimsically incorporated with Emeralds, Rose Cut Diamonds, Rubys, South Sea Pearls and Sapphires. The collections have been artistically and skillfully created by Mr. Amar Ghanasingh and his team of remarkable craftsmen from across the country. Mr. Amar Ghanashingh believes in creating pieces that are distinctive to each individual. The brand has recently opened an exclusive showroom in Hughes Road, Mumbai.

The Collections include Rings, Bangles, Bracelets, Necklaces and sets to form a Classic Collection, Youth Collection, Evening & Cocktail Collection and a Wedding Collection. Highest standards of finish and service make AG Eternal Jewellery a leading name in jewellery designing.

28 Jan

Nita Ambani in Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla: What do you think of her look?

Mrs Nita AmbaniThe Art Season is upon us and Nita Ambani attended the Pink Filly Event in Mumbai dressed in Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla.

What do you think of her look?

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24 Jan

Sheena Chohan sophisticated look in Rimi Nayak design

Sheena ChohanSheena Chohan looked awesome in a Rimi Nayak Bengali Typography embroidered dress and patchwork jacket from the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2013 collection at the trailer launch of the movie ‘O Teri’

A very sophisticated look don’t you think?