Worried that rains might spoil your cool denim or leather bag? Here’s a solution.
Skinny jeans are out this season, predict forecasters. Take those boot-cut jeans out.
Barefoot sandals are the latest fad doing the rounds in the West.
Celebs flaunt fuchsia dresses as hot pink is heralded as the colour of the season.
It’s old, it’s nerdy, it’s naughty and it’s back. With A-listers in Hollywood and Bollywood flaunting their thick-rimmed spectacles everywhere, the trend has made yet another comeback.
Add oomph to any outfit and a little swagger to your step with an ultra-stylish pair of heels. HT City brings you some cool options.
Men are spoilt for choice in formal wear. Here is a lowdown...
Quirky animal accessories are a rage this season. Actress Sonam Kapoor has been spotted wearing owl and fish neckpieces matching with her outfits.
Widen the eyes, lift the brow, thicken the eyelash, bridge the nose — do whatever but make me look ‘North Indian’ and not ‘North-Eastern’.”
Country ranks third globally for searches related to the FIFA World Cup 2010, Cristiano Ronaldo reigns as favourite player. Read on for more...
Dior and Chanel styled their models in silver strands at the past Paris haute couture week, and stars including Lady Gaga or Kate Moss have been sighted wearing grey hair - but the look still has...
With the admission season just round the corner, this is where you get to spot latest fashion trends. For those not sure about what works well at the Delhi University, here’s the HT City guide to DU dressing.
Apparently, the latest trend in men’s fashion is high heels. Of course, these are not the kind of high heels that any woman would deign to recognise. Stacked just a few inches high...
Ice-cream shades are in vogue this summer with top brands like Burberry, Louise Goldin and Tommy Hilfiger leading the way in delicious shades of mint, lemon and violet.
Following the success of compressing shapewear for women, it seems men's segment is catching on, with a label's newly launched range of torso-forming undergarments selling like hot cakes.