HindustanTimes Mon,28 Jul 2014


Wedded in the rains? Here are some do's and don'ts for monsoon bride

Monsoon weddings may be a hit as they score high on the romantic factor, but they spell skin and hair problems for the brides. To get a radiant skin, girls should adhere to certain rules like shunning oil and going for less cosmetics, said an expert.

A guide to mall prowlers during discount

Glide into a mall and chances are you’ll see mall prowlers of all kinds. One can easily slot them into some kind of a shopper or the other. Here’s how to identify them.

Oops! She did it again: Britney to launch lingerie line

Pop star Britney Spears, who has created sensation on stage many a times with her bold dressing sense, is set to launch her own lingerie line. She also took to Instagram to share an exclusive sneak peek into the collection.

Straightener turns multitasker: now get curls from it

A simple and quick way to achieve big and bold curls is to use a hair straightener, as the resulting curls from the flat iron are lose and bouncier. Here's an easy step-by step guide to master the art of chic curling from home:

How to ace crop top look, total diva style

Your summer wardrobe is incomplete if you don’t own a crop top. It is not only super sexy, but also high on versatility. With fashion-forward divas rocking crop tops, we tell you how to style this versatile garment by pairing it with a skirt, shorts, pants or even a sari!

Shraddha Kapoor: face of India Bridal Fashion Week

The actress, who was last seen walking the ramp for designer Gaurav Gupta at the recently concluded India Couture Week, said she is excited about her association with the upcoming fashion extravaganza.

What are the fuchchas wearing?

From nude ballerinas to aztec prints, sling bags to pop-coloured hairbands, here are our ­fashion sightings from the first day of college.

Wedding belles: a century of bridal fashion

The changing face of the most romantic garment - the bride's wedding dress - is the focus of a UK exhibition. Something Blue explores bridal fashions from 1914-2014 and features 18 dresses, from classic gowns to unconventional frocks that challenged the norm.

Bipasha, Chitrangada add glamour at ICW finale

While Chitrangada Singh started the show in black voluminous Gauri and Nainika gown accessorising it well with statement neckpiece, Bipasha Basu looked no less than a bride in designer Rohit Bal lehanga and matching jewellery.

Fashion shows are my weddings: Manish Malhotra

At 47, ace fashion designer Manish Malhotra is among the country's most eligible bachelors. But he says he marries his "fashion shows" every six months.

Matter of fat: Here's how not to look bulky in your clothes

Think twice and follow a few guidelines before you opt to experiment with new outfits. From trying out menswear outfits to compromising on fabric at the cost of glamour are a few simple mistakes that will make you look bigger than you are.

Fashion you can use: Style lessons from Paris

Many designers experimented with silhouettes, dispelled fashion myths and infused new life into safe trends. Stylists tell you how to take cue from the ensembles on display, and adapt them for your wardrobe.

Barbie's got a new look and it's Chanel

Ahead of the fall season, Mattel has invited couturier and Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld to design a look for its iconic fashion doll. The result will be a collector's edition Barbie with all the hallmarks of Lagerfeld's distinctive style.

Masaba Gupta, Amit Aggarwal to open LFW 2014

Masaba, known for her prints, and Amit, the man synonymous with edgy and futuristic fashion, will display their collections on August 19 in Mumbai, a day prior to the fashion week scheduled from August 20-24.

Hello Kitty designer defends her as cute cat turns 40

The flamboyant designer of Japanese cartoon and global mega-brand Hello Kitty defended the cute cat against new rivals Thursday as the character prepares to celebrate her 40th birthday.
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