HindustanTimes Thu,18 Dec 2014

What’s new, what’s hot: 5 bridal lehenga cuts we love

We've rounded up the best lehengas cuts for you: From vintage-inspired designs to more playful, contemporary styles, there is something to suit every taste, body and shape here. Here we go!

Hit the road: Here are seven expert tips for beauty on the go

Trying to look good while travelling can raise the stress-o-meter. Don't let travelling take a toll on your skin and hair. Take note of these beauty survival tips that will keep your journey worry-free from take-off to touchdown.

Animal-free fashion: PETA honours designer Sabyasachi

With November being the World Vegan Month, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), India has recognised the cruelty-free contributions to the fashion world. The jury has honoured designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee with the title of Best Designer for Vegan Saris. 

Make room: The ‘fat-shionista’ is here

Recently, Candice Huffine became the first plus-size model to be featured in a famous glamour calendar. But she's not the only one who is ditching stereotypess, redefining beauty and helping the 'democratisation of fashion'.

Ladies, it’s time to walk that talk!

From bringing out your man’s most helpful side, to making you look glam, here’s how to rock your heels. Call it the damsel-in- distress syndrome, but one study reveals that men are more likely to help out a woman in towering high heels.

Metrosexual is so passé: Beard is the new sexy

"Worldwide, we are at the height of facial hair," said Allan Peterkin, a Toronto psychiatrist and author of One Thousand Beards: A Cultural History of Facial Hair.

Colorful women's accessories to buy this season

If you're shopping for a colorful dresser this year, we have some stylish accessories for gift-giving.

Runway success: The journey of Imran Amed from fashion nobody to front-row fixture

Imran Amed, the 39-year-old founder and editor-in-chief of the website Business of Fashion, who started his venture in 2007, has since managed to gain 1.6 million followers. In the country last week, he discusses his journey, trends in India, and his favourite fashionistas.

And it's back! Khadi finds a place among fashionistas

Khadi, once the dowdy sartorial symbol of India's independence movement, is now trendy and makes the cash registers ring. Designers are rocking the ramp with khadi collections and brands are seeing profit by selling their range made from hand-woven cotton fabric.

No time like winter to step out in shimmery sequin

When it comes to evening attire, little black dresses aren't the only way to make an impression. And there's no time like the winters to step out in something more dazzling. These shimmery skirts and dresses are just the thing. Check out!

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