We just dug out some eye-catching airport looks, to find that athleisure has become quite a trend.
Her sartorial choices always manage to grab our attention.
The stylist, who is sharing fashion tips as part of Myntra Insider Masterclass, says that fashion is cyclical and something that seems dated today could be high-fashion tomorrow.
What do you think about her looks?
If you haven’t updated your wardrobe yet then we have some tips for your summer wardrobe straight from Bollywood diaries.
Here are some of our favourite looks of the Bharat actor.
Before the Covid-19 outbreak, almost every day the Instagram feeds were full of pictures of Maliaka Arora, Janhvi Kapoor, Mira Rajput, etc, walking out or getting into their gym.
Although we love her in casual ethnics, the Simmba actor can ace western outfits with equal ease.
Sharing the pictures, the magazine said that in the interview, the actor gave insights on her marriage, beauty pageants and how they need not be antithetical to feminism.
The eternal beauty has a lot of stunning looks, but we loved her every time she stepped out in a Sabyasachi creation.
Wondering how to give your roots the much-needed touch-up? The Badhaai Ho actor has a cool hack for you!
These looks are easy to recreate. Which one do you like better?
From kaftans to printed kurtis, make working from home a comfortable and stylish affair.
The pink monochromatic makeup look is hands down the one for you if you like to keep it chic and simple. Are you going to try it?
Here's an inexpensive beauty routine that will help you chill out this summer!
A paintbrush and face paints in varying shades can be so satisfying; who knew? This Instagram beauty bloggers has been winning the netizens' hearts.
How are you updating your summer wardrobe?
The fashion house added it had increased the donation to Italian hospitals from 1.25 million euros to 2 million euros.
From Kriti Sanon's breezy peach kurti set to Kareena Kapoor's Indo-fusion look, select your favourite ethnic look.
Are you going to recreate these looks?
In a time like this, it is privilege to be constantly worrying about being with the person you want to be with. But when confronted with a disaster that none of us had accounted for — and which, of all things, is diminishing hope — it also feels strangely natural.