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SS ’20: The African Weave Work #TrendAlert

Sustainability is in, everything else is out! Spring-Summer 2020 is changing the fashion game, and with it comes in a new fabric – Raffia! There’s an African inspiration in town, and we’re totally in awe! Made out of Raffia palm leaves, this trend is woven in a typical basketweave pattern. However, this season it went to another level! Incorporating modern techniques and their flair, it was quite a spectacle to watch! A sustainable soft fibre, it is the new path of eco-friendly clothing. Raffia Ramps Dolce and Gabbana were clearly excited about this fabric. From tassels, bralettes to dyed fibres and bias-cut dresses, there was an excitement in the air. Adding scarves around the neck, Sunflowers in the hair and, of course, Raffia bags, it was a full-power Raffia takeover. Christian Dior was all things planetary this season and Raffia was not something they left behind either! From Raffia hats…

SS ’20: The Wild Ones in the Prairie! #TrendAlert

There’s a new floral trend in town and this time it’s not about being romantic or rebellious, but about running in the wilderness – free. And also, letting the Dandelions float with the breeze! We’re getting all poetic here with this new trend that reminds us of Sound of Music, Wuthering Heights and all things nature. This Spring Summer 2020, florals took a turn towards the unmanicured and self-growing wildflowers. With ditsy prints in all colours and textures, the ramps were reminding us of prairie flowers and all the wild ones we find in our garden. Ramp Blossoms From digital prints, embroidery, to craft and crochet, there was Everything you’d hope to see on the Christian Dior show. Poppies, Daisies, and Daffodils donned the show in all Earthy colours and silhouettes. That too, from a pantsuit, trench coats and even dresses! With trees and plants setting up the natural environment,…

SS’20: The European Mode of Drama #TrendAlert

We’re going back to the 18th Century and definitely taking you for a ridealong! With hair all decked up and gowns with hoops, there’s a new trend in town! Taking a trip down the French courts and the era of Madame de Pompadour, this trend takes inspiration from the gowns of this fashionable, inofficial Queen. The chief mistress of Louis XV, she had an extraordinary taste in dress, art and decoration. With intricate detailing, her flouncy dresses were consistently captured on canvases by various artists. Frilled sleeves, panniered gowns and ruffled necklines reflected the 18th Century grandeur like nothing else. With hooped skirts and sumptuous curves, Spring summer 2020 is celebrating the trend and asking you to flaunt your curves. And to do so in style.  The French Theatrics With the trend ready to rage, the ramps and runways were all set to explore their genres. While Balenciaga had a…

For the Love of All Things Tropical! #TrendAlert

The climate is changing all around us every day. And with it, we forget a little more of what our environment is for us. This Spring-Summer 2020 let’s remember together, shall we? Celebrating the beauty that is our environment, this summer fashion took a turn to speak for our rainforests, oceans and everything wilderness. A revolution that began in the 1960s made a comeback this season to raise awareness and to urge us all to take a more sustainable path. Designers all across were presenting their takes on this evergreen trend. Versace’s show was a highlight with Jennifer Lopez closing the show. Strutting across the ramp, she wore an updated version of her 2000 Grammy’s print outfit. A true ode to upcycling and recycle, her tropical choice was THE trend of the season.  The Tropical Ramp Thunder While Versace was clearly on a throwback with fern print coats, pantsuits and…

SS ’20: The Call of the White Swan #JustIn

White makes a comeback this season, in all its pure and fearless forms. From feather additions to lacework, Spring Summer 2020 is kicking off with promising vibes! In a clean, fresh and pure hue, Pantone called Brilliant White the new demure colour of the season. And we were definitely on board with that! While designers took various routes of drama, fantasy and even sustainability, one thing was clear. White was the colour of the brave in the new fashion world. Falling under the Macro Trend of Fantasy World, this season white is looking towards the future in all it’s rebellious & peace-loving ways. While Richard Quinn’s runway backdrop unveiled the new world in dreamy lace gowns and face masks, Cecilie Bahnsen’s combined classic tailoring to lace whites and sheer fabrics. Standing true to the season’s pitch, it’s all about being serene in a fierce way. Head to Toe Whiteout Although…

10 Best Dressed Celebs at the Critics Choice Awards 2020 #fashion

The Award season has officially begun with Golden Globes and Critics Choice Awards leading the way and many more yet to come. Needless to say, it’s also the time to decode those red-carpet looks. While we’re all set to watch all the award functions and waiting for our favourite actor/actress/film to win, there’s also the red-carpet looks to check out! Whether it’s the shoes, the prints or the hairstyles for the event or just the designer picks, it’s all about the style. From being minimal to being over the top, what would this season be like, we wonder? Narrowing it down for you and us, here are the top 10 best-dressed celebs on the red carpet on our list: #1. Making to the top of the list, is, of course, Zendaya. In a Tom Ford number and a Ghana braid hairstyle, it was the ultimate touch of pink that struck…

AW 19/20: Winter is Here. And so is Tweed! #NewLaunch

Winter has finally arrived, just like Game of Thrones and we’re all set to conquer the winter, that too, in a new trend! A version of tweed that took over all the ramps and also hearts, it’s all about the Houndstooth weave this season. Winter means layering up, long sleeves, high-necks and thicker fabrics. Given we don’t want to get out of bed, but then there are responsibilities that we Just Can’t ditch. So even though we’ll still be layering up, it doesn’t mean it can’t be as per the latest fashion trend! Adding on the new print cum weave of the season, it’s time for the houndstooth to take over – that too in all it’s monochrome tones. Tweed Treat A part of the Tweed stream, AW 19/20 kicked off with Chanel celebrating the last collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld. A tribute that led many eyes to be welled…

AW 19/20: Checks Fashion 101 #Trendalert

Plaids, Gingham, Argyle, Checker board….there are n number of ways to describe it, but it’s all about one pattern. Can you make a guess? ‘Let the checks take over!’ was definitely the call of this season with ramps and runways flooded with this print. From patchwork to windowpane to even haphazard ones, there were checks on all. This Autumn-Winter 2019/20 checks took the route of remixed heritage, with one end being nostalgic towards the 1990s grunge era (See: Plaid flannel shirts of Nirvana & Pearl Jam) and the other talking to the feminist. From hats to shoes, checks took overall, in just a snap. Runway Checks A special mention to Christian Dior’s collection as they took over the checks print like no other. With plaid trousers, coats, tulle skirts, dresses and even scarves, Maria Grazia Chiuri was on a rampage. And checks were her muse. From plaid to tartan and…

AW 19/20: The Pop Colours Make a Comeback! #Fridayrefresh

Put the neutrals to the side, cause there’s another colour trend on the way! Brighter than the day and the ‘pop’ for all your winter looks, Neon is back in a big and bossy way this season. After all the subtle shades, the call of the ramps and runways turned to ‘Monotone no more’. Saint Laurent dazzled the crown with their black light setting and fluorescent outfits flashing shining bright. From sunglasses to shoes, neon shone through feathers and fur like never before. Christian Cowan added drama with trails, capes and sequin add-ons (plus a retro make-up) for a practical look, like never before. Jacquemus added structured vibes to neon with his version of neon coats that could work for day and night. Balenciaga, Off-White, Marine Serre and Sies Marjan were some of the other designers ready to add on these vibrant and bold colours to their collections. Taking inspiration…

AW 19/20: Strong Meets Strong This Season! #Fridayrefresh

This season continues to be a wardrobe revamp in all their sleeve and shoulder ways. And it’s not even close to being done! From an off-shoulder trend to a powerful one, there’s a whole lot of shoulder play. After playing with sleeves of voluminous sizes and styles, it was time to take on the shoulder with a gender-bending approach. Making a comeback, this trend is a mix of the 80s power suit and graceful feminine touches. Saint Laurent’s collection of both bright and black tones included a touch of grace and drama with cinched waistlines. While on the other hand, Rich Owens dramatic curved shoulders gave a new meaning to power coats. Look at Me Shoulders Exaggerated, extravagant and edgy was the shoulders theme this autumn-winter, making workwear, not just functional but also eye-catchy. With androgynous structures, cutwork, puff sleeves and shoulder pads, there was a whole range of power…

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