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India’s jewellery legacy: Adornment to cultural capital

Jewellery finds a major piece of pie when it comes to Indians’ cultural capital. Our adornment traditions go long back and add not only magnificence to a grand costume, but are a financial investment too.
India has an unbroken tradition of adornment that goes back more than 5000 years.(Unsplash)
India has an unbroken tradition of adornment that goes back more than 5000 years.(Unsplash)
Updated on Sep 22, 2019 03:08 PM IST
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Indo Asian News Service | ByIndo Asian News Service, New Delhi

Shraddha, Chitrangada, Sonakshi show you how not to wear florals

Of late a lot of celebrities have been sporting floral embroidered and printed outfits, but not everyone has managed to nail the look, here are the looks by some of our beloved celebrities that could use a bit of oomph.
Of late a lot of celebrities have been sporting floral embroidered and printed outfits, but not everyone has managed to nail the look, here are the looks by some of our beloved celebrities that could use a bit of oomph.(Instagram/Mohit Rai)
Of late a lot of celebrities have been sporting floral embroidered and printed outfits, but not everyone has managed to nail the look, here are the looks by some of our beloved celebrities that could use a bit of oomph.(Instagram/Mohit Rai)
Updated on Sep 05, 2019 01:02 PM IST
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“The way we tell stories through our clothes has changed”: Elle India editor Supriya Dravid speaks for new-age Indian fashion

Supriya speaks about how the current landscape of fashion in the country allows an expression of quiet confidence through the clothes and how young designers are risk-takers
This foliage trench that Rahul Mishra showcased at his first ever Haute Couture Week in Paris is pièce de résistance, says Supriya Dravid (Model: Rakshita. On Rakshita: Outfit and shoes, Rahul Mishra)(Photo shot exclusively for HT Brunch by Hari Nair)
This foliage trench that Rahul Mishra showcased at his first ever Haute Couture Week in Paris is pièce de résistance, says Supriya Dravid (Model: Rakshita. On Rakshita: Outfit and shoes, Rahul Mishra)(Photo shot exclusively for HT Brunch by Hari Nair)
Updated on Aug 31, 2019 11:57 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | BySupriya Dravid

“Clothes don’t define us, we define them”: Bandana Tewari writes an exclusive essay on fashion in times of social media

Bandana talks about fashion and it’s changing scenario with the onset of social media trends
Curating ourselves to perfection can be soul-depleting (Model: Yenifer. On Yenifer: Pants, Rajesh Pratap Singh; ganji, Zara; jacket, NorBlack NorWhite; jewellery, En Inde; shoes, Adidas Originals)(Photo shot exclusively for HT Brunch by Hari Nair)
Curating ourselves to perfection can be soul-depleting (Model: Yenifer. On Yenifer: Pants, Rajesh Pratap Singh; ganji, Zara; jacket, NorBlack NorWhite; jewellery, En Inde; shoes, Adidas Originals)(Photo shot exclusively for HT Brunch by Hari Nair)
Updated on Aug 31, 2019 11:54 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | ByBandana Tewari

HT Brunch Cover Story: India’s biggest fashion editors write exclusive editorials to explain the ‘September issue’

What makes September the most special month in the fashion calendar? To answer this question, we get three of India’s best-known editors to explain, elaborate and celebrate the September issue.
Three of India’s biggest fashion editors pick out looks and answer the question: what makes September the showstopper in the timeline of high fashion? (Location courtesy: Roseate House New Delhi; Styling: Shamali Singh; Make-up and hair: Leeview Biswas; models: (from left) Tanisha, Yenifer (Anokhi Talents) and Rakshita (Blunt Creatives)(Photos shot exclusively for HT Brunch by Hari Nair)
Three of India’s biggest fashion editors pick out looks and answer the question: what makes September the showstopper in the timeline of high fashion? (Location courtesy: Roseate House New Delhi; Styling: Shamali Singh; Make-up and hair: Leeview Biswas; models: (from left) Tanisha, Yenifer (Anokhi Talents) and Rakshita (Blunt Creatives)(Photos shot exclusively for HT Brunch by Hari Nair)
Updated on Sep 02, 2019 12:44 PM IST
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My fashion sense is casual, comfortable: Ananya Birla

Ananya Birla talks about her fashion sense saying it’s casual, comfortable, and led by a mix of classic and personal elements.
Ananya Birla’s fashion is comfortable, chic and casual.(Ananya Birla/Instagram)
Ananya Birla’s fashion is comfortable, chic and casual.(Ananya Birla/Instagram)
Updated on Dec 06, 2018 07:49 PM IST
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Indo Asian News Service | ByIndo Asian News Service, New Delhi
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