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SS’20: The Safari Explorers! #TrendAlert

Utility meets Indiana Jones this season! From pockets galore to Earthy tones and yes, heels, it’s a new feminine-yet-confident style to try on! The Safari style made a comeback this Spring Summer 2020, and after all the Bermuda and Tropical craze, this trend was bound to happen! With an easy to carry, full of Summer vibe and effortlessly cool look, this trend had a 70s revival feel with belted skirts, jumpsuits paired with tucked-in shirts in both prints and flowy fabrics. Adventure in Poise The ramps and runways were all about poised looks in cargo pants, gladiator shoes and jackets. Lots and lots of jackets! Inspired by the Military clothing of the late 19th century, it’s not about crisp drill clothing, but a little more Summer. and Dolce & Gabbana did just that. With a hint of Tropical to their explorer outfits, there were shorts, trench coats, jumpsuits paired with…

SS ’20: All About Rock Star Tailoring! #TrendAlert

Say hello to the new power dress of the season! The key highlights? Imagine the 70s, the Disco collar, long blazers, waistcoats and flared pants – all coming together to form the suit. The Pant Suit. Quoting Barney Stinson (’cause of course we have to!), it is time to Suit Up! And that too, in all the vintage looks and three-piece suits. Low slung trousers, power shoulders, disco collar and an array of colours were visible across all the ramps and runways. A key element of the 1970s, the pantsuit was about pursuing equality as women entered the workforce. One of the major influencers of the Pantsuit was the movie Annie Hall, which showcased Diane Keaton wearing this attire on a daily basis (and pulling it off, if we must say). Margot Kidder in Superman (See: Louis Lane) was also a suit – spiration if we must say! Keeping it…

SS’20: Groove Into the 70s Era! #TrendAlert

Whether it was about Stayin’ Alive with the Bee Gees, being the Dancing Queen with ABBA or a Champion with Freddie Mercury… the 70s were totally lit! Annnnnddd ready for a comeback! The 70s made a flashy entrance in all it’s Disco format this season. With a clash of prints and a kaleidoscope of colours, the retro vibe was hard to miss! Pairing floral print with stripes or colour-blocking with hallucinating patterns, everything was in. Polka dot it, stripe it or just let your imagination take over, anything and everything works! The 70s era was essentially a time of self-expression, anti-war movements, hippies and how can we forget – Disco. After all the blunders of 60s, the youth was ready to maximalize their clothes and their expressions with it too. Music was one such stream that influenced fashion in a big way. The 1970s became a musical bridge for the…

SS’20 Trend: Sustainable Fashion #TrendAlert

This Spring Summer 2020, think recycle, think reuse, think ethical! Fashion is taking a turn this season, for the environment. Our Earth has been calling out to us for quite some time now. With the increasing pollution and the changing climate, there’s been a lot of things. And this season took inspiration and called out its support for just that. Fashion got increasingly conscious this season and decided to take a more sustainable route. With lesser productions, streamlined shows, recycling and upcycling materials, the atmosphere was raw. However, they also showed us that anything is possible. The Sustainable Storytellers London Fashion Week became the first ‘positive fashion’ platform for sustainability, with new brands and designers showcasing their takes. Vivienne Westwood’s quote – ‘Buy less, choose well, make it last’, was very evident in her collection this season. With unused fabrics, squiggle patterns and panelled shirts, there was a medley of…

SS ’20: For the Love of All Things Victorian #TrendAlert

Spring Summer 2020 has a new take on prints! With vintage prints and Victorian wallpaper, there’s a new inspiration in tow! After the black and white shades and head-to-toe outfits, the ramps were moving towards a new inspiration. With one eye on the Victorian past and the other on modern silhouettes, this trend combines the two worlds in perfect harmony. And that too, with an all-over print! Taking a refined and romantic front from the Victorian wallpapers, this trend reminds us of the days gone by. Reimagining the drawing-room personality combined with floor-sweeping hemlines, it’s a love affair to follow. Vintage Designs, Modern Silhouettes Reimagining prints this season, it was about the flora touch to silhouettes of the new. In a repetitive pattern that could be seen on the Victorian wallpapers, designers had a fresh take to showcase. While Erdem created waist-less gowns and all-over-print, Simone Rocha’s took a tablecloth…

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…

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