Spring doesn't always have to be hue high. From doing it demure with just a hint of elemental tease to season-perfect prints and length-wise behaviour, here's how to do it right.
Stretch marks, so long the bane of the beauty industry, are finally getting some love thanks to a new online body image campaign going viral.
The 34-year-old Brazilian bombshell announced last month she was retiring from runway modeling, saying she wanted to spend more time with her husband, New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady, and their two children, Benjamin and Vivian.
As absurd as it sounds, eminent designers Suket Dhir, Rajesh Pratap Singh and Timothy Everest debunked the myth that wool is only a winter fabric. At an event at the Australian High Commission, the designers presented a spring-summer 'cool wool' collection designed especially for Indian summer.
Get inspired by this season's hottest trends - bold, chirpy florals, neon colours and eclectic prints, roomy silhouettes borrowed from the gypsies and fun, zingy accessories.
In a study that may offer new hope for balding individuals and singles who dig a stylish coif on their partner, scientists have discovered that plucking 200 hairs in a certain pattern, within a small area, can stimulate 1,200 of them to grow back.
Going the whole nine yards, two friends in Bengaluru made a pact in March to wear 100 saris in the year.
Ordinary beauty is back in style, judging by the wave of new ad campaigns championing the average woman in all her sexiness.
Slogan tees, cutesy-cartoon motifs are passé. This spring, opt for good ol' tees in a fresher and charged-up avatar.
This spring, make way for the classic monochrome, as this fashion trend trumps again, this time beating the colours.
The next time you pick up a pencil eyeliner, please consider that its particles can move into the eye and cause vision trouble.
What if Disney princesses had realistic waistlines and some meat on their bones? Well, they would look pretty fabulous. No doubt about it: Here's proof.
Why should girls have all the fun? Get inspired by the sartorial statements of these stylish men spotted at a Delhi fashion week.
Actor Arjun Kapoor's latest mohawk-inspired hairstyle is not for any movie role. He says he wanted a change for the summer season.
It was a feel-good fiesta for the ladies at the fashion week, with wooden dolls, fairytale inspiration and an ode to female power.