We have hardly come across anyone who is not in awe of the six-yard wonder. For years, saris have continued to make an impression, whether its the simple chiffon, floral ones popularised by Bollywood beauties during the '70s or the current fringe and deconstructed wonders. Here's a look at how B-town beauties are currently embracing it.
Love desserts? We think you should give this Peach Plum Rose Tart recipe a try. It's different than your regular chocolate tart and is perfect to share with your friends and family during high tea over the weekend.
Designer Shriya Bhupal's haute bohème collection is about flirty ruffles, tiers and florals in sheer tulles and breezy silks. In an interview with the indianexpress.com, the designer talks about how it is a perfect reflection of the new age femmepreneur.
The designer talks about his collection at the upcoming Lakme Fashion Week, the three things that Indian men should experiment more with and why he thinks Ranveer Singh has the best sense of style in Bollywood.
Actress Sonakshi Sinha never had it easy in the glamorous but ruthless film industry. Yet, she persevered with a positive attitude, an upward style graph, and is now even equipped with some Mixed Martial Arts moves to tackle persistent cyberbullies (pun intended!).
The fight is far from over, but you can't ignore the fact that women have come a long way since the celebration of the first International Women's Day in 1908. On this special occasion, we caught up with the stars.
New Year means out with the old and in with the new and the same goes for trends. We finally get to take the trends we’ve been dying over on the runways and work them into our own wardrobes. But before we do that, here's a look at the weirdest trends of 2015 that took the world by storm.