The first appearance of a Bandhgala worn by a woman dates back to 20 years ago. They are no longer restricted to the male wardrobe only. Women are now sporting them flawlessly with pencil pants, harem trousers, saris and even lehengas. It is suitable for occasions such as weddings, cocktails and more. And since this season demands a potpourri of traditional and contemporary blend of fashion, here’s an inspiring collection of Bandhgalas brought to you by label Roora by Ritam.
This Fall, AND brings forth a new momentum in creation of an eclectic layered collection by highlighting the power of styling for the many ‘YOUs’. Inspired by the woman of today who wears several hats on an everyday basis, the collection offers versatility, suiting the multiple identities every woman represents in her day-to-day life. Titled ‘For Every You’, this latest collection from AND focuses on a personalized mix of print and colour, to create coveted looks for every event on your calendar while also helping you find more versatility in your closet.
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…
Sportswear brand Puma, increasingly focusing on the women’s training category has introduced Pulse Xt, a dynamic lightweight training shoe that is geared towards adapting to the unique boldness and flexibility of any workout. Puma also announced its association with actress, model and fitness buff Jacqueline Fernandez as PUMA’s new training ambassador.
Designer Anupamaa Dayal presented a collection called ‘Anywhere’ at Wills India Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. Her line of prêt garments reflected the essence of versatility and multi-utility.