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HindustanTimes Thu,28 Aug 2014

Fashion

Luxury fashion takes on fitness technology

Luxury fashion is making inroads in wearable tech as more designers try their hands at developing smart, stylish accessories and clothing aimed at tracking performance and health, or simply making connected lives easier to manage. Read on.

Kareena dazzles in metallic lehenga at LFW grand finale

Showstopper for Bollywood's favourite designer at Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai, the Singham Returns actor looked classy and elegant. She donned a purple lehenga with grey shades, a diamond and silver studded open jacket, and a net chunni.

Sofia Vergara to Kesha: Swimsuits for all body types

Hunting for a swimsuit that flatters your body type? Check out the costumes of celebrities like Vanessa Hudgens and Rachel Bilson before you step out for shopping. Here's a list of stars' hottest suits that will fit your body type best.

Top gear fashion: Bugatti launches his and hers clothing line

The German-owned hypercar company's Bugatti Legends Capsule Collection is as exclusive as the cars on which it is based. So much so that only 36 people in the world will ever get the chance to add a piece of it to their wardrobes!

Cactus to bull semen: Bizarre beauty fads!

Every now and then, there’s a supposedly revolutionary breakthrough in the beauty industry. And activated charcoal isn’t the only bizarre ingredient to have become a fad in the industry; we look at some unusual and even strange additives.

Get cheeky! Contour make-up for the perfect cheekbones

If you have ever wondered how to get your cheekbones to show prominently, you should try contour make-up, say experts. Here's our guide on how you can perfect the look:

Want glowing skin? Include vinegar in diet

Sipping on a vinegar-infused drink every morning is the latest health food item endorsed by celebrities to lose weight and maintain a youthful glow. Supermodel Miranda Kerr drizzles it on her salad, while actress Gwyneth Paltrow and singer Madonna rely on it to keep their looks in check. Here's why you should too.

Modi wears his words during Independence Day speech

Giving his maiden I-Day speech in the Capital, the PM made sure his words were reflected in his attire too. His “Come, Make In India” sentiment was symbolised by the half-sleeved khadi kurta, paired with white churidars and a saffron and green turban.

Audrey Hepburn's granddaughter poses for Harper’s Bazaar

Twenty-one years after Audrey Hepburn's death, her granddaughter Emma Ferrer is making her modeling debut on the cover of the American magazine, bearing looks that call to mind her grandmother's timeless style.

Sneak peek into what's in store at Lakme Fashion Week

With the five-day fashion extravaganza all set to start next week in Mumbai, we ask some participating designers what to expect from their new ranges.

Beauty tutorials: Getting the eyebrows right

It is one of the key facial features to get right, many tutorials skip through the eyebrow stage at a merry canter. Here are three videos that take you on a slower trot through the ins and outs of those all-important facial follicles.

Raghavendra Rathore hopes to make dhoti fashionable

Raghavendra Rathore's designs always have an old world charm of Rajasthan and royalty. And through his bridal collection, which he presented here at the sixth edition of the BMW India Bridal Fashion Week (IBFW) 2014, he hopes to make dhoti a trendy outfit for men.

Tips and tricks to tame those stubborn wavy locks

Stuck with wavy hair? Is styling them the most frustrating part of your morning routine? Here are some easy tips and tricks for taming that misbehaving mane, as suggested by huffingtonpost.com:

Sartorially correct: Leaders that set fashion trends

Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi has roped in designer Troy Costa to give him a new wardrobe, he already has a style statement to his name. But our PM isn’t alone. We take a look at other trend-setting world leaders over time.

Mrs Obama wears Nepalese designer's dress to event

US First Lady Michelle Obama wore a dress designed by top Nepalese designer Prabal Gurung to a State Dinner hosted by President Barack Obama here for African leaders from more than 50 countries.
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