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AW 20/21: Bourgeois with a Twist! #TrendAlert

Bourgeois has taken on a whole new meaning – it’s time for a little prim and some prance too! Make way for a classic-cum-fresh take on this latest trend! Bourgeois has been a major trend over the past year, and it’s definitely not ready to step back! Paying homage to this never-dying trend, this season was a combination of the old and new. With leather, frills, bow ties and spandex additions, Autumn-Winter 2020 has a new posh vibe to fall for. Parisian Look of the Cool 70s Kind! The ramps were all set to follow this Bourgeois look for the 21st century with their own interpretations. Celine, staying true to their Very Parisian styling paired short-suits with bow tie shirts and stockings. Chloe, on the other hand, added lace fabrics, broad belts over blazers and yes, boots to twist it up a bit. Saint Laurent’s collection was the perfect mix…

SS’20: The Tassel Guide for your Casuals! #Styling

Tassel, tassel everywhere…and on everything too! It’s time to make some room in your wardrobe for a new trend and a lit one at that! Tassels have been swishing and swirling on the ramps and red carpet this season. From being tied together in a bunch to long strands, there’s a style for it all! From Valentino’s tasselled belts on gowns to Burberry’s hemline add-on, these long strands were set to move with you. While Oscar de la Renta added multi-colour strands to white, Ralph & Russo were seen knotting it around necklines. On the celebrity front too, from Charlize Theron, Laura Dern, Susie Lau to Shobhita Dhulipala & Sonam Kapoor, the tassel twirls were everywhere! So while tassels are all over everywhere, they’re ready to be a part of your wardrobe too! And with it, it’s time to style it up in every way! Here are a few tips…

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: Scarves, Scarves & More Scarves! #TrendAlert

There’s a new clothing game-changer in town with knots, stitches and Summery flows! Any guesses? It’s the era of the Scarf! And NOT in an accessory format. Scarf, scarf everywhere and not just in the hair or air. Scarves this Spring-Summer 2020 have taken a turn towards mainstream clothing. In all it’s print and quirky formats, this season it’s all about the drapes and wearing them as clothes rather than accessories. From pants to tops to even dresses, there’s a scarf realigned for all looks. This silky addition is being called the ‘Scarf Dressing’ which is the new street-style to make way for. Fasten it, Knot it or Dress it up! The ramps and runways were going head-over-heels with this trend! While Burberry was adding on these silky flows to formals and neutrals, Erdem was all about the print play. Combining various print patterns and colours together, it was a…

SS’20: For the Love of Short Suits! #Styling

The Bermuda trend is raging all over the world and right in time too! With Summer, bringing on the heat, it’s time for a little cool, little hip and a whole lotta casual addition to our work. Cut it short! This Spring-Summer 2020, Bermudas are back in all their work to party styling. A twist on the classic suit, this season it’s about being part 9-5 ready and part California-cool. Designers too added their individuality to this trend. While Alberta Ferretti combined on-the-road feels to work, Brandon Maxwell added blazers to short shorts. Chloe’s collection showcased layering, while Givenchy went with knee-length Bermudas & blazers – the kind of cool cut we need. (See: Trend Alert) Now while all the ramps, runways and red carpets were donning this confident and voguish trend, we too were quite ready to present our take! Inspired by these tailored styles and baggy shorts, we’ve…

SS’20: Bingeing on Bermuda Suits! #TrendAlert

‘Cut it Short’, ‘Short cuts’ and ‘cool cuts’ have been the call of the ramps this Spring-Summer 2020. After all the biker shorts rage that we saw last season, there’s a new version in town! The Bermuda suits! This season workwear took a turn towards the casual-cool vibe with a Bermuda trend. Also known as mom shorts, these usually hover around the knee and is THE vacation outfit since the 40s. This trend took off during the 30s and 40s where this style was in sync with the yachting, resorting lifestyle of the elite. During the same time, Claire McCardell translated these styles for activities like gardening and exercise. These shorts came under the limelight during the 50s again, in full plaid form for grad students. Not that’s versatility at it’s best! Shout out to the 90s kids, where Laura Dern is wearing a khaki ensemble while she runs away…

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 The Raffia Weave: From the Designer’s Desk

While sustainable and ethical are clearly the call of the season, there’s a new fabric on the ramps – Raffia. An African inspiration for this Spring, this trend was not just for clothing, but all accessories too! Giving it a head-to-toe look, Oscar de la Renta added bags and dresses with floral patterns while Dolce and Gabbana dyed the fabric and created dresses and skirts. Raffia took a turn this season from its conventional methods and adopted a modern silhouette. While this fabric trend was moving all across the ramps and red carpets, our designer too, was feeling inspired. Here’s a little behind-the-scenes! What is this material exactly? Raffia material basically comes from the Raffia palm leaves found in the Madagascar region. These leaves are first dried, created into strands and woven together to make a fabric. Raffia is also known as Kuba clothing in Africa and was traditionally woven…

SS ’20 Eco-Conscious: From the Designer’s Desk

Sustainable, ethical, eco-conscious, are no longer just words but have transformed into what we call fashion today. Spring Summer 2020 gave us a whole macro trend of Climate Change. With designers showcasing their take on recycling, reusing and upcycling, it was about saving our environment. And more than that, it was about leaving a better world for our future generations, than just stories! While Vivienne Westwood’s quote of – ‘Buy Less, Make it Last’ echoed through, her collection included squiggly prints & mishmash shirting made from leftovers fabrics. Tiziano Guardini showcased his Atlantis inspiration with wavy patterns in cruelty-free silk and impressions of the sea.  On the other hand, Marine Serre incorporated recycled plastic for her theme. From accessories to clothes, everything was recycled. While all the ramps had a thing to say and contribute, we too were inspired to take a stand! So here we are sitting down with…

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