Menswear-Inspired Shirt-dresses

Shirt-dresses by Nilesh Parashar of the label Nautanky

Shirt-dresses by Nilesh Parashar of the label Nautanky

They’re a perfect style combo of casual and office-wear. This long, button-down, and slightly oversized outfit can take you effortlessly from morning to night! Style it up with basic accessories to be the ‘it’ girl. Pair it with stockings and ankle-length booties for a date night or perhaps pair it with a wide leather belt for brunch with the girls.

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The Surrealistic Designer

Chhaya Mehrotra

Chhaya Mehrotra

There is something very strikingly beautiful about Chhaya Mehrotra’s simplicity in designs. Modern silhouettes, subtle color palette and almost-bewildered cuts make her clothes perfect for Indian women. She shares a slice of her beautiful journey with The Lifestyle Potpourri…

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Karlito Limited Edition Capsule Collection

Karlito Capsule Collection

Karlito Capsule Collection

With his fun, coloured fur crest, Karlito lands now for the first time on FENDI ready-to-wear and accessories, after making his debut on Fall/Winter 2014-2015 fashion show catwalk of the Roman Maison.
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Anita Dongre’s Contemporary Man!

Anita Dongre Man - The Summer of Linen 2015

Anita Dongre Man – The Summer of Linen 2015

Men, it’s time to push your sartorial boundaries as Anita Dongre is all set to bring in an evolved fusion of fashionable elements and classic couture, with her Summer 2015 Man collection. This summer is a summer like no other. Anita Dongre spotlights linen like never before in a summer festival that will make discerning men shed their collars and carry cool prints as they make hot fashion statements.

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Rina Singh’s take on classic minimalism

EKA by Rina Singh for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

EKA by Rina Singh for Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Keeping in mind searing Indian summers, EKA by Rina Singh showcased an array of cotton ensembles in dull pastel hues at the Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. The cheerful, windswept collection comprised of layered tunics, shirt dresses and shift dresses. The line of outfits showed almost no traces of prints—this was a classic example of minimal fashion.

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